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Monday, November 19, 2012

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10 a.m. - 12 p.m.

SMART Board Drop-In Workshop

Event Campus: RC TLC

Event Details: Come to the TLC and see how a SMART Board can work with your instruction. The SMART Board will be available for you to try out. Chris Kernion will be available if you have any questions regarding the SMART Board and can show you some of the more common features that may be useful to your instruction.

Posted by: Chris Kernion


2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m.

The EAC and You

Event Campus:RC

Event Details:Do you know how PCC makes decisions?
Do you know where faculty give input?
Do you have input you'd like to give?

To learn the answers and give input,
join Sylvia Gray, EAC Chair, for

The EAC (Educational Advisory Council) and You:
An Interactive Discussion
Thursday, Nov. 19, 2012
RC TLC

The EAC is an Advisory Council to the District President which is comprised of faculty, academic professionals, classified staff, students, and administrators. One of the functions is to discuss issues of educational interest and concern and to make recommendations to the District President. This presentation will offer a fuller explanation of the EAC's role, and a chance to ask questions on the EAC.

Please come with your questions, along with your ideas and issues that could be considered in the EAC.

Posted by: Sylvia Gray