Other ITS Groups
Dartmouth Academic Commons Project
Project Planner: Carole Meyers
The Dartmouth Academic Commons (DAC) is a service of the Dartmouth College Library (DCL) and Information Technology Services (ITS) that provides long-term access to a range of digital content created by members of the Dartmouth community.
DAC is comprised of a suite of management tools that include collection, description, organization, storage, and preservation of content. The media deposited in DAC reflects the intellectual output of Dartmouth faculty, researchers, staff, and students: It is educational, scholarly, or research-oriented in nature.
Our staff includes a development team from ITS and the Dartmouth College Library, as well as several other library employees who work on different aspects of the project.
Institutional Information Systems and Services (IISS)
Interim Vice President, Director and Deputy CIO: Joe Doucet
IISS is responsible for the administration of Dartmouth’s central IT infrastructure and systems, from the network to our email system. We collaboratively work with our campus partners to understand their business requirements and to determine the optimal application of technology to address those requirements. We focus our resources in the following areas:
- Network Services
- Infrastructure Services (System, Database, Application)
- Application Systems (Student, Finance, Human Resources, Research)
- Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence
Our staff is comprised of IT professionals who are dedicated to providing a robust, secure and reliable computing environment at Dartmouth
IT Project Services
Director: Susan Zaslaw
IT Project Services provides project and portfolio management support for strategic IT initiatives, and promotes project management practices through mentorship and outreach to the IT project management community.
Director: Tana Perezcastaneda
We provide business services and administrative support to the ITS department, and operate The Computer Store in McNutt Hall.
Our staff handles all financial and personnel matters in ITS.
The Computer Store