- The Digital Dartmouth working group convened 14 times, engaging nearly 500 Dartmouth faculty, staff, and students through interviews, group discussions, public lectures, and the strategic planning website.
- The group submitted their final recommendations to the faculty and senior executive strategic planning advisory committees in June 2012.
The Senior Executive Strategic Planning Advisory Committee (SE-SPAC) launched the Digital Dartmouth working group to focus on the central role of technology in shaping Dartmouth's future. The group coordinated closely with all other working groups and sought broad input from within and outside Dartmouth. They examined technology trends, needs and opportunities that will be vital to Dartmouth’s future success. The group’s research, coupled with extensive conversations with faculty, students, and staff yielded rich data about the current status of technology at Dartmouth and our aspirations for the future.
What technology would you like to see Dartmouth implement or strengthen?
Should Dartmouth use online/blended education? If so, how?
How can we improve Dartmouth's web and digital presence (websites, scholarly resources, social media, etc.)?