About Information Technology
We value our role in the Skidmore community. Our mission is to work in partnership with members of the community to empower our collective use of information technologies. Our goal is to provide excellent technology leadership, support, and service in fulfilling Skidmore’s Mission and Strategic Plan.
We provide support and assistance for students, faculty and staff at Skidmore College. IT consists of five divisions: Academic Technologies, User Services, Enterprise Systems, Media Services, and Technical Services.
Chief Technology Officers
Bill Duffy, CTO
Enterprise Systems is responsible for Skidmore's administrative databases used by offices and departments across the campus. Enterprise Systems supports the gathering, processing and interpreting of information relative to the administrative tasks that support the academic mission of Skidmore College.
Media Services is responsible for the design, installation, and maintenance of all technology classrooms, as well as the distribution of audiovisual equipment for all campus functions. Media Services offers media production services, and operates a Media Lab equipped for scanning, CD-R and DVD-R burning, graphics production, poster printing, and video and audio editing.
Mark Bauer, Director
The Technical Services group maintains and enhances the Skidmore voice and network
services and infrastructure. This group also manages the Internet connections and
Kathy Kinnin, Director
The role of User Services is to provide campus-wide desktop computing support. It includes areas and initiatives such as the IT Help Desk and the annual computer deployment project.
The Information Technology department is located within the Scribner Library on various floors.
Library - 1st Floor
- Main Administrative Office
- Help Desk (User Services)
Library - 2nd Floor
- Academic Technologies
- GIS Center for Interdisciplinary Research
Library - Lower Level
- Media Services
- Enterprise Systems
Library Walkway - Lower Level
- Network & Technical Services
- User Services