Office of Academic Technology Development Services
The Office of Academic Technology Development Services works collaboratively with academic programs and the administration to develop broad technology-based resources, ensuring consistent application of the campus wide strategic vision, initiatives and academic policies. In addition, the office provides the following services.
Architects and directs the development of new technology resources that aid in the implementation of Mānoa's initiatives.
Provides technological advice and service to academic programs, helping to achieve their goals by facilitating improvements in their processes including reduction of costs and cycle times and improving quality of service.
Oversees the development and maintenance of technological resources that aid in the retrieval of information from all the University's data systems.
Acts as principle advisor to the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs regarding to academic technology and associated policies and procedures.
Coordinates, develops and implements critical infrastructure assurance methodologies.
Acts as the data trustee for all data housed in the STAR systems.
Provides where possible statewide utilization of innovative technology architecture within the OVCAA.
Provides a high level of engagement in the enhancement, support, and training of the developed technology resources.