2022 ITC Faculty Survey

2022 ITC Faculty Survey (for A&S/Guarini Faculty)

The Council on Computing and Information, Technology and Consulting are issuing a technology survey to Dartmouth A&S and Guarini faculty.

The survey was created to gain insight into the faculty’s technology service, support, and consulting needs. Faculty input is highly valued for better understanding and improving the services ITC provides.

The survey begins on November 2nd and closes on November 30th. It should take ten minutes to complete (pending the length of the comments). The results of the survey will be reviewed by the Council on Computing during the winter and the outcomes will be communicated.

Survey Format

Subject areas include:

  • Services
  • Support
  • Training
  • Communication Practice
  • General Comments

Take the Survey

(Takes about 10m to complete)

About the Survey

Survey Brevity

There was so much we wanted to ask, but we want to hear more from you (faculty). The survey was kept short and touches on only a few of the many important things that you may have thoughts or suggestions on. Subsequent surveys can be created as needs and interests arise.

A Yearly Practice

This is the start of a yearly practice. What we learn from our survey results this year will help us improve the survey for next year and ensure the questions with the most impact will be asked.

One Dartmouth

The first survey is soliciting comments from just the A&S and Guarini faculty to begin, but we are working on a strategy to include the other schools and/or coordinate with them to send a companion survey at the same time.

Outcomes and Report

The results will be reviewed and organized for presentation to the Council on Computing over the winter and a list of outcomes will be provided to the Dartmouth Community afterwards. The outcome report structure will adapt pending the type and quality of comments provided.


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