Consultative & Coordinating Groups
Michigan State University needs IT infrastructure and services that can address a variety of specialty needs and promote specialized and cutting-edge innovation, and simultaneously provide cost-efficiencies for commonly-needed services.
Communication and coordination of work between central and local IT support organizations is imperative, as is consultation with the end users of services. Libraries and IT Services has evolved the following models for addressing these needs for communication, consultation, coordination and collaboration.
Read more about the Libraries and IT Services University engagement plans.
Information Services and Technologies Coordinating Council (ISTeCC) is a venue for all-University IT leadership discussions of IT-related issues. ISTeCC consists of a primary member appointed by each dean or assistant vice president.
Libraries and IT Services supports a variety of Communities for Advising, Facilitating, and Enabling (CAFEs) the work of people and their organizational units and programs at MSU through uses of information technologies.