Jeremy Graham, Senior Manager (Operations)
Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT),
University of Toronto
Please join me in congratulating Marco Di Vittorio on his recent appointment to the new position of Manager, Academic & Collaborative Technologies (ACT) Application Administration.
A 2001 graduate of the University with a Bachelor of Commerce degree, Marco has worked at UofT since 2006 with the former Resource Centre for Academic Technology (RCAT), the Centre for Teaching Support and Innovation (CTSI) and more recently with ACT. Marco has occupied an number of increasingly senior roles, most recently as Courseware Support Supervisor having overall responsibility for Portal support.
In addition to his many years providing exemplary support, quality assurance, reporting and development coordination for the Portal, Marco has in the past 2 years taken on additional responsibilities in managing the rollout of the Blackboard Collaborate web conferencing tool, as well as a number of other third-party integrations.
In his new role, Marco will be responsible for managing both the services and the team that provides ongoing administration of enterprise academic and collaborative systems and applications, including but not limited to LMS, CMS, VMC, and online productivity solutions.
Those of you who like me have worked closely with Marco over the years will be familiar with his diligence, tenacity, insight, technical understanding and collaborative focus in managing and responding to complex operational challenges with our systems. I am keenly looking forward to working with Marco in his new capacity.