Input sought from staff, students in ITS survey
February 16, 2007
Students, faculty and staff can share their views on the UW-River Falls Information Technology Services (ITS) department in a brief, online survey that can be reached from the UWRF home page.
The questions attempt to determine how effectively the ITS staff is communicating news and information related to the University’s computers, e-mail, servers, phones and related technology-based equipment and services. Students completing the survey and choosing to include their names and e-mail addresses will be entered in a drawing to win one of 10 prizes of $20 in Center Points.
“We need to hear from our customers, the students, staff and faculty who use the computer labs and equipment on campus,” ITS Executive Director Lisa Wheeler said.
“Technology is absolutely critical to fulfilling the University’s mission of teaching and learning,” Wheeler said. “This survey is part of our renewed commitment to ensure we’re doing the best job we can to not only have first-rate services and equipment, but also to communicate quickly and effectively.”
The survey will be accessible until March 1. An e-mail to students, mention in the Falcon Daily online newsletter for faculty and staff and other communications will be undertaken to help ensure input.