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PHOTOS: Sylvania In-service overflow room showcases green possibilities
Photos and Story by James Hill
It was to accommodate oveflow crowds that couldn’t get into the PAC during the Sylvania Campus In-service, but the overflow room in ST 101 highlighted more of the possibilities of PCC becoming more green. The PAC event was streamed live to the room over the Internet and could signal a push for the college to stream the district In-service event on the PCC web site in the future, saving fossil fuels in transportation. ST 101 ended up being well used, becoming half full as the event wore on.
Preston Pulliams (PCC President) and Dana Haynes (Public Affairs Manager) chat about PCC strategies and initiatives for the 2009-10 year. The district portion of In-Service was a 45-minute video highlighting staff, district and college advancement priorities. In addition, video production personnel beamed live video from the stage of the Performing Arts Center to the room. Using this technology could help make the district In-service more eco-friendly in years ahead by beaming to all campuses and staff computers.