Learn how to support adjunct faculty at every step and successfully provide for their continued professional development.
Roughly 60 percent of college instruction is adjunct-led, but many colleges fall short in providing adequate resources and training for their adjunct professors. As we depend more and more on adjunct professors, it is essential that colleges look for ways to improve adjunct recruitment, retention, and development.
Join us online to learn some proven approaches to supporting adjunct faculty. From orientation and training to evaluation and retention, our instructor will share tips and advice on how you can improve your institution's relationships with its adjunct faculty members.
Faculty developers, academic administrators, and those responsible for adjunct faculty support and development will benefit from this webcast.
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After participating in this webcast, you will be able to identify strategies and tools for supporting adjunct faculty.
Through her leadership in the Center for Teaching and Learning, Dr. Strickland supports Mesa Community College’s 300+ residential faculty and 1100+ adjunct faculty in ways that foster student success by promoting innovative teaching and learning through ongoing professional development and collaboration. She supports the faculty by developing, delivering, and overseeing training programs including adjunct orientation, adjunct convocation, new faculty experience, quality matters, learning spaces, iPads, and more. She also coordinates and develops training including learnshops on pedagogy, assessment, starting the semester off right, and best practices in teaching and learning.
This program contained especially useful commentary from the other school participants - a great overview, presentation, and conversation!
University of Nebraska-Omaha
After attending this webcast, I feel like we have many ideas and resources we can use for supporting part-time faculty and helping them to feel a sense of belonging.
Sam Houston State University
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