GOAL 2: INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Maximize use of digital technologies and mobile connectivity so that the campus community can easily collaborate, innovate and facilitate the exploration and adoption of new tools that support pedagogy, academic vision and learning (Aligned with University Goals 1 and 2)

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Strategy 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18

1) In partnership with the Division of Academic Affairs, develop interactive teaching and learning technology tools to facilitate collaborative learning and student support

1A Upgrade existing chalkboards to whiteboards

All 224 classrooms completed in January 2016.
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1B Establish classroom upgrade team with necessary project fulfillment staff and all required operational areas represented

New team consists of: Project manager, engineer/designer, integrator/programer, and electrician.
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1C Identify classroom surge space to facilitate current year room improvement efforts

Unable to find suitable space on campus to accommodate this need, so classrooms were taken offline during upgrades.
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1D Determine parameters for and create prototype classrooms

Classrooms were purposed and built. Examples found at the learning spacespage.
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1E Refurbish selected rooms with Traditional Flexible equipment and layout

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1F Classroom refresh updates for five University Hall classrooms for the 2015-2016 academic year

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1G Complete the prototype auditorium classroom (MH-121)

Completed Summer 2015 | MH-121 photos
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1H Complete the prototype Active 1 classroom (PLS-240)

Completed Summer 2015 |PLS-240 Photos
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1I Complete the prototype Traditional Flexible classroom (PLN-130)

Scheduled for 2016-2017 pending budget.
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1J Design prototype Active 2 classroom (PLN 4th floor)

Integrated into LOFT project
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2) In partnership with the Division of Academic Affairs, develop a multi-year plan for next-generation learning environments in the library

2A Provide up to 20 new Apple Mac desktops, 20 iPad tablets and 60 laptops for checkout, and provide up to 4 charging stations for mobile users

All equipment has been ordered and is available for mobile users.
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2B Install new furniture in Library North for Information Learning Commons and acquire additional checkout equipment

Newly remodeled Information Leanring Commons was reopened for Student use in Spring 2015.
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2C Purchase additional charging stations, additional iMac desktop computers for the Inform Learning Commons, and additional Macbooks for student checkout

On schedule for the 2017-2018 year.
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2D Design new collaborative group study rooms in Library

Scheduled for the 2016 year.
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3) In partnership with the Division of Academic Affairs, launch additional pilot technologies in bottleneck, gateway and low success rate courses and measure effectiveness towards enhancing student engagement and success

3A Determine highest priority bottleneck, gateway and low success rate courses

Acquire 2015-2016 data from Office of Institutional Research and Analytical Studies when it becomes available
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3B Install lecture capture technology in three classrooms

Echo 360 Lecture Capture installed in KHS-199, PLS-240, and UH-252
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3C In partnership with Academic Affairs, schedule appropriate courses in bottleneck, gateway and low success rate courses to pilot Lecture Capture classes

Scheduled for 2016-2017. Coordinate with departments that offer bottleneck courses.
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3D Assure that all CSUF courses integrate with CourseMatch and meet system-wide usability, accessibility standards

The courses offered in CourseMatch have been vetted by Academic Affairs as Red Ribbon courses which are considered to meet usability and accessibility standards. Selected courses will be audited for accessility this summer.
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3E In partnership with Academic Affairs, develop effective online tutoring for students in bottleneck, gateway and low success rate courses

On track for Fall 2016.
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3F Assess the effectiveness of lecture capture pilot, CourseMatch, and online tutoring to improve student success in bottleneck, gateway and low success rate courses

Completed in the 2015 year, further updates scheduled for Fall 2016.
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4) In partnership with each division, develop business process re-engineering plans to optimize services to students, faculty, and staff

4A Create a new student 24x7 help desk (Phone, Chat) to support Titanium, Portal, and other instructional applications across various platforms

Completed in the 2015 year.
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4B Hire additional staff and students in preparation for the expanded 24x7 IT Help Desk hours for Fall 2015

Completed in the 2015-2016 year.
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4C Deploy EchoSign (Adobe Document Cloud) digital signature technology

On track for the 2015-2016 year.
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4D Refresh faculty and staff technology resources enabling greater mobile computing and data access

Deployed 296 desktops to PTF completed Spring 2016.
78 laptops available for PTF checkout completed Spring 2016.
7,745 Dropbox for Business accounts provisioned
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4E Pilot iBeacon technology for classroom and event management

45 classrooms currently using iBeacon technology.
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4F Re-engineer campus-wide document scanning and retrieval processes

On track for 2015-2016 year.
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5) In collaboration with the Divisions of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, develop a student notification system

5A New iFullerton app with notifications

New app has been rolled out with notifications and is available on the app store.

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5B Design student early warning system (technology)

Early warning system has been designed and implemented.
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5C In collaboration with Academic Affairs and Student Affairs, rollout the student early warning system

The early warning system has been rolled out, and is available for use.
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5D Design and develop new features for the student involvement application.

Design and develop new features for the student involvment application.
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5E Rollout CollegiateLink co-curricular transcript and HIP tracking system.

Rollout the student early warning system was completed Fall 2015
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6) In partnership with the Division of Academic Affairs, promote, train and support the delivery of Adobe Creative Cloud and other digital content creation software.

6A Continue to provide Adobe Creative Cloud, Lynda.com, Office 365 to all students.

Adobe Creative Cloud accounts- 5,491
Linda accounts- 19,325
Office 365 unique users- 20,783
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6B Expand the Dropbox pilot for students.

Total student Dropbox accounts: 5,853
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6C Evaluate student usage of all hardware and software products including Dropbox, SPSS, Qualtrics, Autodesk and Matlab in preparation for following year’s license renewals and expansion of available student licenses.

Metrics evaluated for all software and decision has been made to renew.
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