CampusEAI Consortium History and Mission
CampusEAI Consortium was established in 2003 by 14 universities as a response to increasing IT budget cuts, resource constraints and expectations of incoming Internet-savvy students that are, these days, exposed to services such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. The CampusEAI Consortium's mission is to help members reduce the time, cost and effort associated with implementing enterprise IT services by leveraging shared IT services, lessons learned and best practices so that each member can avoid reinventing the wheel.
CampusEAI Consortium Governance
The CampusEAI Consortium Executive Advisory Committee guides the Consortium's Executive Director, Board and Leadership Team in prioritizing the strategic initiatives of the community.
CampusEAI Consortium was founded as an Ohio non-profit organization in 2003. In 2008, at the request of our Members, CampusEAI began offering a myriad of additional services to support the Consortium, including hosting, monitoring, managed and help desk services. In order to offer all these services, CampusEAI Consortium needed to invest significantly in new infrastructure (equipment and resources). Rather than seek outside investment, CampusEAI Consortium worked with its bank (Huntington Bank) and utilized a line of credit to finance this growth. The Bank required a lien on the infrastructure that was being purchased. Because the bank could not have liens on the non-profit organization, CampusEAI(for-profit) was formed. This company provides all additional services to the non-profit organization. The governance has not changed.
CampusEAI Consortium Advisory Committee
Brookdale Community College – Patricia Kahn, Ph.D., Executive Director, Information Technology Services
CampusEAI Consortium – Anjli Jain, Executive Director
Cochise College – Carlos Cartagena, Vice President, Information Technology
Curry College – Dennis Thibeault, Chief Information Officer, Project Manager
University of North Carolina Wilmington – Kevin Violette, Director, Integrated Enterprise Solutions
CampusEAI Consortium works, the Consortium works to foster sharing, community, development and progress within its membership base by offering Member Working Groups that provide outlets in which institutions are able to work together to create the myCampus environment that best suits their needs. Included in these working groups are the following:
- myCampus Platform Working Group
- myCampus Mobile Working Group
- Working Group for Ellucian® Banner® Users
- CIO Working Group
- Working Group for Oracle® PeopleSoft® Users
- Help Desk Working Group
- Moodle Working Group
myCampus | myCampus Mobile | QuickLaunch SSO | CampusCloud | CampusHelp | CampusInfraManagement | CampusIdM
CampusEAI has over 1800 active K-12 and Higher Education members in over 10 countries including the United States, Canada, Australia, the Middle East, Ireland and the United Kingdom. Members include Louisiana State University, Florida State University, Miami Dade College, University of Maine System, and University of Sydney.
CampusEAI's Members Include the following type of Institutions:
|By Institutions Type ||By Location ||By ERP System ||By LMS System ||By E-Mail System |
|Community Colleges||United States||SunGard® Banner®||Blackboard®||Microsoft® Exchange®|
|Research Institutions||Canada||SunGard® PowerCampus®||Blackboard WebCT®||Microsoft® Live@edu®|
|Small-Mid Public Institutions||Australia||Datatel® Colleague®||Moodle®||Google® Apps®|
|Small-Mid Private Institutions||United Kingdom||Oracle® Peoplesoft®||Blackboard Angel®||Novell® GroupWise®|
|Mid-Large Public Institutions||Puerto Rico||Jenzabar® PX® - CX® - EX®||Sakai CLE®||IBM® Lotus Notes®|
|Mid-Large Private Institutions||Caribbean||EDCTechnology® CampusAnyware®||Desire2Learn®|| |
|HBCUs|| || ||eCollege®|| |
|Medical Schools|| || || || |
|Christian Institutions|| || || || |
|K-12 Schools|| || || || |
CampusEAI Consortium Leadership Team
Recognizing the need to have a central leadership team and resources dedicated to supporting the Consortium's initiatives, the CampusEAI Consortium staff provides strategic planning, project management, infrastructure design and implementation, graphic and user interface design, software development, support, training, and on-demand hosted and managed services.
Executive Management Team
Anjli Jain, Executive Director
Michael C. DeJohn, Director of Corporate Development & General Counsel
CampusEAI Consortium Facilities
To support its national and international members and provide them with competitive and cost effective consulting services rates, the CampusEAI Consortium has facilities in the US and overseas:
For more information about the Community, please send an e-mail to email@example.com.