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Evaluations for “What is Green IT?” and “Building Codes”

“What is Green IT?” presented by The Center of Excellence for Information and Computing Technology

The Center of Excellence for Information and Computing Technology hosted Dr. Don Tilton of The Green IT Alliance who presented  “What is Green IT?” on Thursday, February 11, 2010, from 11am-1pm at Bellevue College.

The presentation provided an overview of Green IT as well as covering the background in energy consumption in IT infrastructure to set the stage for understanding the magnitude of challenges faced in improving the environmental impact of information technology.  Three main areas will be discussed, including:  Energy Efficient IT Architecture, Advances in Power and Cooling, and Integration with Building and Landscape Architecture.

26 students (12%) and faculty and professionals (14%) attended.  Evaluations were collected from attendees.

How would you evaluate the presentation “What is Green IT”?

Usefulness of the information presented: 91%

Applicability to you: 75%

Level of detail: 85%

Overall: 90%

As a result of attending the presentation today, do you have a better understanding of what Green IT is?

100% indicated “yes”.

Would you consider pursuing a career in Green IT?

Not all respondents answered (26%), but of those who answered, 100% indicated “yes”.

“Building Codes” presented by Renton Technical College’s Center of Excellence for Construction

On Tuesday, February 23, 2010, from 7pm-9pm Renton Technical College’s Center of Excellence for Construction presented “Building Codes:  People-ability, Planet-ability, Profit-ability, and the New Bottom Line”, the fifth in its series  Green, Green, Greenest Speaker Series at Bellevue College.

Evaluations were collected from attendees.

How would you evaluate the presentation “Building Codes”?

Usefulness of the information presented: 73%

Applicability to you: 73%

Level of detail: 69%

Overall: 72%

As a result of attending the presentation today, do you have a better understanding of what Green IT and Building Codes are?

66% indicated “yes”.

Would you consider pursuing a  career in Green IT?

50% indicated “yes”.

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