1 Program Review Department Purpose Describe the purpose of the Discipline/Program/Service. IT department plans, designs, implements, and coordinates a variety of information technologies to meet the needs of the college. The department is responsible for daily operations of computer usage at the campus. It also maintains and oversees telecommunication systems and performs systems modifications as needed. The Information Systems Department is also responsible for the Administrative Information System and web portal, college systems, college-owned computer hardware, Wireless network, software installation and licensing, the telephone system and the major backup system. Additionally, the department provides Support Desk functions for these systems.
2 Describe how the stated purpose aligns with the college mission statement. The Office of facilitates the College mission as it applies to management, teaching, learning, and community services through the use of technological resources. Info Tech supports the College's programs for instruction, administration, student services, and research. In pursuit of this mission, Info Tech: provides electronic access to information provides a robust, reliable, and secure information technology infrastructure to the College community supports the use of information technology to enable academic innovation in teaching and learning promotes and develops partnerships to empower campus-wide use of technology promotes a high level of employee dedication to provide professional customer service and satisfaction Effectiveness Assessment & Continuous Improvement. Evaluation of resource allocation
3 1 Resource Request Name 2 Received 3 Cost 4 Impact Received 5 Impact NOT received Measure J for Second Data Center and Fiber Infrastructure Yes, full amount requested 2,900,000 Provision for business continuity and disaster recovery. Bad connection between building, cause fractional downtime per buidling
4 Addtional College IT budget allocation to hire Sr. Network Support Specialist, Web designer and Assistant Network support Specialist Addtional Diskspace Storage for servers and Campus Users Prioritized but not funded 250,0000 No 50,000 Consultant Support Hours No 5,000 Life-Cycle replacement for about 500 PCs in Computer Labs, Classroom No 500,000 To maintain network, hardware more effectively, Keep system uptime %99.99 Users can retain more messages, store more data on servers, Improve network performance Restore network, servers back to Normal as quick as possible in case of major complex issue Better, more reliable equipment for students and staff access Some delay Kentico Project may be delayed, Less storage capacity, Data loss Longer down time, may require Disitrict' support, pay OT Pc down time, More overhead supports for Info Tech Department, need more staff
5 Describe the improvements in program practice you have implemented as a result of program review. Not much improvement in program practice since last year program review has not been met. Response to Prior Recommendations How has the Office / Program / Service addressed the recommendations from the previous program review? Address each recommendation separately. Additional staff request have been prioritized. Still waiting for the validator' recommendation. What has the Office / Program / Service done regarding implementation of accreditation recommendations? Info Tech provides crucial support to the college effort to respond to Accreditation Recommendations 1, 2, and 7 by supporting the new online program review system, IES. Enrollment Trends. Describe the trends in Enrollment and FTES. Given the data, what are the implications for your program/ service? High demand of technology usage and fast increase in campus new building, Faculty, Staff offices, and classroom with the bond construction program has resulted in the more need to add significant numbers of additional personnel in different area in the technology department. Students and Student Success. Based on the demographic trends in enrollment, what are the implications for your Program/ Service?
6 There have been no implications related to demographic trends or changes. Given the data, describe the trends in Success Rates and Retention Rates. What are the implications for the Program / Service? Increased enrollment and focus on student success may drive demand for upgraded classroom technology. Given the data, describe the trends in Degrees and Certificates awarded. What are the implications for your Program/ Service? N/A Staffing Trends Describe the trends in FTEF. What are the implications for your program? Increases in FTEF, driven in part by increased instructional offerings and district-assigned FON goals, will likely drive demand for computers for faculty and, perhaps, classroom technology upgrades. Are staffing levels adequate to fulfill the purpose of the Discipline/Program/Service? Explain. No. the rapid increase in new campus buildings, new advance web-based content management many advance technology projects, many new high-end complex hardware and technology funded by the bond construction program has resulted in the more need to add significant numbers of additional personnel. Again, it is desirable to hire more staff members for in order to maximize technology support and services to all divisions campus-wide.
7 Functions and Services. List the functions and services provided by the Office / Program / Service. The Department serves as the first point of contact faculty, and staff for all computing needs. The manager works closely with Technology Committee, the faculty chair and staff managers of the college to provide services and support to accomplish the college goal. The role of the Department is to implement policies and procedures to ensure safe, secure, and efficient data retrieval. provides support for lab computers, distance learning computers, , enterprise servers, faculty and staff computers, software and hardware operation, and other technological needs. The manager is involved with Districtwide Technology Council and College Technology Committee to ensure best business practices, fulfill the recommendation and monitor leading-edge technology development. Some of the functions of the staff include: Responding to student, faculty, and staff computer issues; Creating and maintain addresses; Maintain and control gateway; Monitoring and maintaining the most efficient network infrastructure possible; Working with District, the Academic Affairs, Administrative Services and Student Services division with many development projects such as Dynamic Web schedule, Nemo Kiosk, Document Scanner; Website, Course Syllabi ADX cms, Nettrack, Student Info System, Financial Aid Application..etc.;
8 Academic advising; Maintains more than 30 Servers, 1900 computers and 200 printers in all campus locations including all related networking, communications, and threat monitoring to insure safe access to local network storage and internet connectivity.; Manages software updates, including all operating system updates, support software updates, antivirus updates, Administrative Information System updates, and instructional software; Complies with all software end user agreements by managing and maintaining current licensing; for all software used in every system at West LA College; Manages and maintains the VOIP phone system for West LA college; Provides "Info Tech support desk" services for employees who need assistance, with usernames/ ID numbers and password resets for and Districtaccounts; New Technology equipment roll-out and implementation; Support various specific department application; College Security Camera; Support District-Wide Application such as DEC, Portal, Transcript Printing, Financial Aid. New coming District Student Information System.. Physical Security System. Emergency Notification System. What are the emerging trends in technology that affect the program? Mobile Device Diversity and Management. The Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) phenomenon is a new reality in the workplace. Info Tech is in the middle of deciding how we want to address the expectations of our students are pushing BYOD themselves, in a bidto save costs on hardware, software as well as IT supports. Provisioning for all of these devices is a major undertaking, which helps ensure secure network access for faculty/staff, and students, even when they are using personal devices at Campus.
9 Describe the technological advances that have been implemented to improve and streamline the Program/ Service. Survey Results Describe the results of relevant surveys (point-of-service surveys, student surveys, staff surveys). In 2012, The Administrative Services Division Survey results showed that 87.1% of users perceived that the IT staff is helpful and courteous. Only 6.1% respondents disagreed with the same statement. Survey also showed that the 78.9% respondents perceived that the IT staff is responding in timely manner in addressing their computer/network problems. 10.2% respondents disagreed with the same statement. Per the Survey results, 78% respondents agreed with the statement that the college IT staff is technically competent and capable of meeting the colleg s computer needs. Only 7.6% respondents disagreed with the same statement. The respondents (149 responses) feedback out of survey results suggests improvement with overall support IT staff is proving to the college. In particular, respondents have seen IT staff as responsive and customer focused. Survey also showed that the 78.9% respondents perceived that the IT staff is responding in timely manner in addressing their computer/network problems. 10.2% respondents disagreed with the same statement.
10 Per the Survey results, 78% respondents agreed with the statement that the college IT staff is technically competent and capable of meeting the colleg s computer needs. Only 7.6% respondents disagreed with thesame statement. The respondents (149 responses) feedback out of survey results suggests improvement with overall support IT staff is proving to the college. In particular, respondents have seen IT staff as responsive and customer focused. No data available for 2013 but we have the data from IT help Desk system. Please see Info Tech Services Area Outcome (SAO) Discuss the implications of the survey results for the program. The Survey results shows that the most of the college community is satisfied with the IT staf s overall response, customer service/technical skills in addressing their computer problems. The qualitative feedback will be very helpful to further enhance and improve overall IT staff response in addressing their problems in timely fashion to minimize the computer downtime. The Survey results will also provide some new ideas for improvement in operation and training of users and IT staff. Service Level Outcomes/ SAOs Describe the program Service Level Outcomes/ SAO assessment methods and results in the prior year. To Constant/regular monitor of help desk ticket queue by IT supervision to ensure that customer problems are being addressed in timely manner. Random follow up from IT supervision to ensure customers were satisfied with the IT services. Constantly reminding IT staff in regular staff meetings about the importance of
11 resolving the user computer problems in professional in timely fashion. The Info Tech department also present data from IT online help desk system. It indicates how well Info Tech performance response to use s technology requests. Those results are below. Total number of user tickets requested from Info Tech online help desk system in 2013 is 890. Number of requests completed and resolved within 3 business days is 644 How has dialogue regarding assessment results and improvement plans been conducted and documented? Educate users to log all their problems via college IT help Desk system to keep track of the problems. Train users on using the campus Help Desk system on college website. Provide many Technology Workshops during the year. Departmental Engagement. What interoffice collaboration has your office/program/service been involved in during the past six years? Regular Department Status Meetin Department head meets with Technology Manager for updates on current projects and events. Monthly Meeting with College Technology Committee to discuss College technology issues, Info Tech projects, College Master Plan and many subjects related to Bond projects.
12 Technology Administrative Services Meetin VP of Administrative Services meet with Technology Mangers for the updates on Bond Projects, Technology projects, divisional and departmental goals BondConstruction Discuss and establish decision making meeting w/cpm office, Facilities on technology construction projects monthly. What has your department/ program done since the last review to establish connections with schools, institutions, organizations, businesses, and corporations in the community? Monthly District Technology Council meeting Council made up of nine (9) Information technology managers from District campus, District CIO, District Technology managers as well as college administrators, business partners reviews the campus-wide projects, plan and makes recommendations for additions, deletions, and revisions. Professional Development. For each regular full-time person in your program, provide the committees in which each person is active, and list the 2 most significant professional development activities engaged in over the last 2 years.
13 1 Employee Name 2 Committees 3 Role in committees 4 First Prof Dev Activity 5 Year First PD Acitivity Nick Dang Disitrict Technology Council Member Student Information Ssytem 2011
14 Nick Dang College Technology Committee Member Master Plan, SLO/SAO 2011 In order to keep current with new developments in your field, are there areas of unmet professional development needs among staff in this program? If yes, please describe. Increased budget for the department would be necessary to acquire the college-wide needed technology, such as systems for a secondary Internet connection, additional diskspace storage, more advanced training for IT staff and to purchase on-going software, support consultant contract and equipment maintenance contracts for data, telephone, and to repair/upgrade outdated supplying necessary parts. These following advanced development training are necessary for Info tech staff: Apple Technician Trainin Cisco VoIP IP and Digital Media Player Training Kentico Content Manager System Training. NEW SIS Student information System. Physical Security Project training. Advance VMS/EMC training. Program Support.
15 To what extent to you agree or disagree with the following statements about services for your program? Questions Agreement The custodial services to this program are sufficient to meet the needs for health and safety. The necessary media services to support the program are readily available. The library materials provided by the college are sufficient to support up-to-date program instruction. The library services provided by the college are sufficient to support up-to-date program instruction. Library resources are integrated into the program curriculum and coursework.
16 The necessary technological services to support this program are readily available. Adequate academic counseling services are made available and provided to the students in the program. If "Disagree" was answered to any of the above, please explain. N/A What impact do you feel the college catalog, class schedule and college website have on marketing your program/ service? Describe your plan for your program or service for working with the institutional marketing personnel in developing informational/ promotional materials. Info Tech department have helped to develop Dynamic Online Schedule of Classes application for Academic Affairs, Updated, maintained some static websites. Info Tech have also setup, rollout new KENTICO Content management system for faculty to put coursematerials online It is an important recommendation that Info Tech should improve more on online schedule of classes program, Replace old, legacy college static department website to KENTICO. Additionally, Setup and Build a new friendly, powerful coursesyllabi website, International Website and faculty portal with Kentico CMS. Facility Planning.
17 List and describe any current facilities challenges (e.g., location, quantity, quality) affecting your progra s ability to achieve its goals and meet institutional needs. Put in a new Security Camera and Door Lock card reader in Info Tech Data Center. Specify the division/ department's short term goals (1 year) for facilities improvement and functionality. Working with District and CPM on Physical Security Project to improve the security of IT data Center. Specify the division/ department's long term goals (2-6 years) for facilities improvement and functionality. N/A Completion. List the people who participated in this Program Review. Name Role Nick Dang Administrator Larry Rowell Staff Program Manager: Fill out your name and date of final approval, save, and submit the program review.
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