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University-wide Stakeholder Partnerships

The Division of IT works closely with university partners to develop and advance strategic initiatives, foster research opportunities, and establish guidelines for data and technology use in service of Virginia Tech's students, faculty, staff, and the greater community.

The Strategic Recommendations for Cloud Computing are intended as a thoughtful framework to guide implementation of cloud computing services at Virginia Tech, ensuring that the technology needs of students, faculty, staff, and business functions are met in the most efficient, effective, and intentional way.

The Virginia Tech IT Council (ITC) provides a forum for communication and collaboration among IT leadership across the university, who work together to develop and enhance technology infrastructure and utilization.

Technology-enhanced Learning and Online Strategies (TLOS) works to improve student learning by partnering with faculty to design and develop successful digital learning experiences,  creating technology-enhanced learning environments for traditional, distance, and hybrid courses, and fostering faculty digital fluency.

The committees that make up Virginia Tech’s IT Governance initiative were formed in 2022 after a thorough university-wide review of information technology operations and security. The six committees include broad representation from the university’s academic, research, and administrative organizational areas, as well as IT subject matter experts and leaders from both the Division of IT and distributed IT.

Virginia Tech offers research, instructional, and partnership opportunities through Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) and program experimental licenses, which are administered through the Division of Information Technology.