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2016-02-23

E2IT
February 23, 2016
Members Present: David Lightfoot, Ed McGee, Jeff Laub, Kevin Riley, Kirk Gomes, Mike Danos
Guest: William Osbourne
Members Absent: Alison Hyler, Corinne Hoisington, Dominick Launi, Don Bowman, Francie Dye, Matt Poteat, Muriel Mickles, Paul Forest
Ed McGee called the meeting to order at 1:03pm
 
Minutes from the January 19, 2016 meeting were approved.
 
Updates from faculty/staff:
            Kirk Gomes: Faculty- No report
            Kevin Riley: Staff- No report
            Mike Danos: Part-time Staff- New officers will be elected soon
 
Roaming Profiles for Students
David handed out a proposal to cease the use of roaming profiles for students at CVCC at the end of Spring 2016 and encourage students to used cloud storage for their files.  Roaming profiles are based on student’s MyCVCC login information which is controlled in Richmond and not at CVCC.  Roaming profiles have increased calls to the IT Helpdesk but they cannot help the students most of the time because the MyCVCC account is managed out of the System Office.  Google Drive and One Drive is available to all students.  A motion was made by Mike and seconded by Jeff to forward the proposal to the College Governance Council.  The motion pass unanimously. 
 
Computer Labs
David also handed out a copy of the computer labs policy for Bellevue Community College and asked for input from the group about using it to create a policy for computer lab security at CVCC.  The group agreed and David will rewrite the policy for CVCC and bring it to the April 5, 2016 meeting to be a decision item. 
 
Online Discussion and Voting for Committees
Ed discussed online discussion and voting policies and procedures for committees to use between meetings.  Ed talked about a system he uses for a state committee where the chair gives the committee a decision item, allows 24 hours for discussion, and then opens the voting.  The committee agreed that this sounded like a good idea and that it should be forwarded. 
 
HP Sprout Pro
David showed the committee the HP Sprout Pro which is being considered to be purchased to try out for its document camera abilities and more. 
  
There was no new business.
 
The meeting was adjourned at 1:42pm.
 
Submitted by Kevin Riley
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