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Joel Hartman

Vice Provost for Information Technologies and Resources, University of Central Florida in Orlando

Joel L. Hartman is vice provost for information technologies and resources at the University of Central Florida in Orlando. As the university’s CIO, he has overall responsibility for library, computing, networking, telecommunications, media services and distributed learning activities. Hartman was employed by Bradley University from 1967 to 1995, holding several information technology management positions, including CIO.

Hartman has been an active author and presenter at industry conferences. He previously served as treasurer and 2003 chair of the EDUCAUSE Board of Directors and currently serves on the Oracle Education & Research Industry Strategy Council, the Sloan Consortium Board of Directors (Vice President), and Change magazine board of editors, among others. Hartman was recipient of the 2008 EDUCAUSE Leadership Award and the 2011 Sloan Consortium Mayadas Leadership Award.


Hartman graduated from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, with bachelor’s and master’s degrees in journalism and communications, and received his doctorate from UCF.

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