About OIT

Stanley Trevena
Stanley Trevena
Chief Information Officer

The Office of Information Technology is organized into four major units reporting to two Directors.  The Directors report to the Associate Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO). The CIO holds university-wide responsibility for providing leadership for all aspects of campus information technology including academic, instructional and administrative technologies and their associated supporting infrastructure and services.

Client and Technology Services

Wade Williams
Wade Williams
Director, Client and Technology Services

Client Services provides technology support to students, faculty, and staff, including staffing the Technology Support and providing hardware and classroom support, and administering the campus computer labs.

Technology Services ensures consistent management of server hardware and operating system software across the variety of platforms in use, as well as administering all computer room and telecommunications operations.

Information and Learning Services

Corey Cardoza
Corey Cardoza
Director, Information and Learning Services

Distance Learning & Media Services provides access and technical support for all aspects of the university's distance learning efforts.  Staff manage and provide training for course web sites, instructional design and pedagogy, multimedia design, as well as suport for televised courses taken at the university's Stockton Center campus.

Information Services is responsible for all administrative applications and database systems on campus.  Information Services also works with other areas of OIT on projects that require integration of the Technology Services, Client Services, and the Learning Services divisions.  We also provide consulting services and project management services for all enterprise software implementations on campus.

Services for Students    Services for Faculty    Services for Staff

Accessible Technology Initiative

OIT is the primary administrator of the Accessible Technology Initiative (ATI) at Stanislaus State, which reflects the CSU's ongoing commitment to provide access to information resources and technologies to individuals with disabilities.

Online Learning & Copyright Information

OIT offers Stan State faculty an array of software tools and pedagogical expertise in the creation of online and hybrid courses.  Resources include information about specific tools and best practices in course design (including the use of the QOLT rubric), as well as faculty and staff workshops on the intersection of copyright and education.

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