ITG4TU: information technology governance for Tunisian Universities
Type of Project
KA2: Capacity Building in higher education
EUROPEAN COMISSION (EACEA)
Information Technology (IT) is a key aspect for Higher Education Institutions (HEIs). IT is present in almost all HEIs activities and, as a result of this importance, is a strategic asset that needs to be managed in an effective and efficient way. Moreover, IT will transform the way education is delivered, managed and accessed by students. On the other hand, IT Governance is one of the concerns for organizations all over the world. IT Governance is the organizational capacity to control the formulation and implementation of IT strategy and in this way ensure the fusion of business and IT.
This project is aimed to gather a set of researchers from four european universities with a wide experience in developing and deploying IT Governance (including ITG4U and dFogit) framework models from three different countries (Spain, Germany and Norway) to develop, adapt and test a new IT governance framework to be implemented in several Universities in Tunisia. Expected results of this project include a better governance model for IT in Tunisian HEIs as well as an overall modernization of the governance processes for HEIs and a contribution of the cooperation between EU and Tunisia.
Consortia (coordinating and partners)
COORDINATION:UNIVERSITAT DE LES ILLES BALEARS
SFAX UNIVERSITY (TN)
UNIVERSITE DE GABES (TN)
UNIVERSITE DE LA MANOUBA (TN)
SRH HOCHSCHULEN BERLIN GMBH (DE)
UNIVERSIDAD DE ALMERIA (ES)
HOGSKOLEN I OSTFOLD (NO)
ANTONIO FERNANDEZ MARTINEZ