Citation for this Work: Jack McCredie and Judith Pirani. “A Dozen Gurus Describe IT Collaborations That Work” (Research Bulletin).
BiographyIn December 2005, Jack McCredie retired as the associate vice chancellor, information technology, and chief information officer at the University of California, Berkeley where he now holds an emeritus title. He was responsible for leading the central IT support for academic, administrative, and outreach programs including the campus data and voice networks. He was very active in Internet2 as chair of the Network Planning and Policy Advisory Committee and as a member of the Internet2 Board. In 2006 he became an ECAR senior fellow.
Citation for this Work: McCredie, Jack. “Does Higher Education Need a New Ethical Framework for the Internet?” (Research Bulletin 4, 2011).
This 2008 ECAR research study examines the extent of participation in IT governance by campus leaders and constituents; the use of IT governance mechanisms such as IT steering committees, project review, and performance measurement; and practices associated with good IT governance outcomes.