Information, Communication and Learning Technology (ICLT) Steering Committee is a formal committee, reporting to the Principal, and is the senior advisory and policy dvelopment body for ICLT at Renaissance College.

Its role is to ensure that the Renaissance College planning for and investment in ICLT supports Renaissance College strategic goals and specifically technology goals.

Within this context, it provides the framework for defining how information technology policies, resources and architectures are established, deployed, managed and enforced through:

  • establishing a shared vision of how information technology can add value to the College;

  • establishing information and learning technology objectives and strategies for achievement of these objectives through one and three year development plans;

  • establishing principles and guidelines for making ICLT decisions and managing ICLT initiatives;

  • agreeing the templates and processes by which ICLT projects will be managed

  • establishing, amending and retiring, as necessary, institutional ICLT policies;

  • determining project priorities;

  • establishing and communicating institutional ICLT priorities;

  • providing a vehicle through which members of the end user community (teachers, staff students, parents) participate in ICLT planning.

  • establishing stakeholders forum


Vice-Principal, Learning Technology  (Chair)  – Ania Zielinska

School Principal – Harry Brown

Business Manager – Samuel Hureau

LIRC Coordinator – Monica Morscheck

ICT Services Manager – Daniel Cheong

Secondary SLT Representative – Geoff Wheeler

Primary SLT Representative – Jamie Schmitz


Decisions taken at meetings will be recorded and the minutes will be distributed to committee members as well as CLT 11 Members.

The Chair will schedule at least one meeting every 10 day-cycle.  Additional meetings may be held at the discretion of the chair, depending upon the workload of the committee.

Any member of Renaissance community can put forward an agenda item which needs to be presented to the chair at least one week before the meeting. Agenda will be distributed at least three working days before the meeting. Other issues can be added as an Any Other Business at the time of the meeting and will be considered within time constraints. If item is urgent and critical, the committee may call an additional meeting.

Meeting Dates in 2014/15 –  Day 10 11:00 -12:30 pm in Ada 1 or Ada 2.