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You make a difference - every day. Tell us about it.
One IT is the community of IT professionals who build research and teaching tools, sustain the infrastructure, and manage the data that powers the campus experience. Each of us contributes to this effort and we want to hear your story.
Do you have a success story to share we could tell from an end user perspective?
We're collecting stories about satisfied customers. This might include work you've done with students, faculty, researchers or other staff whose campus experience was improved by technology.
Which Campus IT Action Plan theme(s) resonates with your work?
Check all that apply.
Focus on Fundamentals of IT Service Management
Deliver Excellent Customer Service
Implement Governance and Expand Customer Engagement
Improve Security of University Data and IT Assets
Improve Research, Teaching, and Learning Technologies
Enable Campus Shared Services
Continuous Improvement of IT Applications and Services
Do you have an individual or team "kudos" moment to share?
Completion of a successful project, awards or honors received, presentations given, conferences attended, etc. Please describe the project and any resulting impact for students, faculty, researchers, or staff.
What does "One IT" mean to you?
Has attending One IT events helped you connect with other IT professionals and/or identify opportunities for collaboration?
Anything else you'd like to add?
Tell us about the work you do, info on projects you're involved in, your approach to working collaboratively, your vision for making improvements in IT service delivery or to our One IT community efforts.
Your full name:
Please provide your UC Berkeley email address:
May we use your responses for campus promotional materials (e.g. brochures, website, program materials, etc.)? Note: we will only include your first name with the initial of your last name.
Yes, please use my awesome comments in promotional materials!
No, please keep my comments private.
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