Information Technology Committee
Established in: 2010
Main aims and tasks:
- Supporting AEGEE in anything related to IT
- Maintaining AEGEE hardware
- Offering support to users
- Creating new features for AEGEE members
- Using the IT budget effectively
- Acting as a platform for IT related discussions
- Consulting and supporting other AEGEE entities
- ITC Mail Team: administrating the mail server and the mailing lists
- ITC Head Office Team: administrating the Head Office servers and computers
- ITC Server Admin Team: administrating the servers of AEGEE-Europe
- ITC myAEGEE Team: administrating the myAEGEE intranet system and providing support to its users
- ITC Online Membership System Team: developing and supporting the future IT system
- Supporting other AEGEE bodies with project based IT services (e.g. the Summer University website)
- Organising training courses and human resources related activities
The Information Technology Committee is the descendant of the Information Technology Working Group, created after the structural reforms that happened at Spring Agora Leiden 2010. It is a Committee with the aim of supporting AEGEE in anything related to IT. It consists of AEGEE members who already have or want to acquire some expertise in the field of Information Technology. Divided into different task forces, the members manage and develop the IT infrastructure of AEGEE-Europe.
The ITC is a supporting committee, so it has the need of people who can work on IT issues, who can perform tasks for another body, designing something small such as a poster, or helping with the design of a website. Regular members interested in joining the mailing list, should previously fill out a form related to their skills. This is a tool that increases the ITC’s knowledge of what its members are capable of, making it easier to structure the work in accordance to the skills of the different members of the Committee.
The board consists of three members, one Speaker and two Vice-Speakers, who have a one year mandate each.
Related fields of study:
E-mails, Skype meetings, sharing data systems (Google docs, Dropbox, etc).
Amount of work required:
All members interested in joining the ITC should take into consideration that members need about 1-2 hours a week for Skype meetings and about 3.5 hours a week for reading and responding to e-mails concerning IT matters.