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Learn how to create an IT Audit Committee in your school community

As technology becomes more central to school activities, strategic decisions regarding technology should be made with the informed guidance of an advisory group. 

One way to ensure a high-performance and seamless classroom experience, while also avoiding high-risk surprises, is to create an Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) that includes school administrators, IT staff, teachers, students, and parents.

In this guidebook learn how to:

  • Make the case for an IT Audit Committee
  • Properly define committee objectives and strategy
  • Identity the appropriate committee members
  • Create one for your school or district

Your Guidebook to IT Community Collaboration

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