Information Technologies and Resources


Information Technologies and Resources provides vision and leadership for advancing UCF’s mission through technology, developing innovative technology initiatives and enterprise IT systems, enhancing distance learning and planning for space to advance all modes of learning and research.


Vice President for Information Technologies and Resources:

The Vice President for Information Technologies and Resources is the university’s chief information officer and provides vision and leadership for advancing UCF’s mission through technology. This position develops and implements innovative information technology initiatives and enterprise IT systems in accordance with the university’s core values and purposes. This position also leads the articulation and implementation of administrative initiatives, including the UCF Library and space planning and allocation, in support of the university’s academic programs to enhance all modes of learning, research and academic engagement. The Vice President for Information Technologies and Resources leads UCF’s distance learning programs and its Center for Distributed Learning, working with the Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning on university-wide online learning initiatives across all existing and new academic programs, as well as on oversight for the development of instructional technology.

Joel L. Hartman, Ed.D.
Vice President for Information Technologies and Resources

Information Technologies and Resource’s responsibilities include: