As colleges and universities continue to expand their online course offerings, increasingly they’re turning to adjuncts to help carry the load. These online instructors, many of whom work full-time in addition to their part-time teaching gig, create unique training and retention challenges. This report features strategies for ensuring distance education faculty have the necessary training and support to succeed.
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Take a look at the articles you will find in Best Practices for Training and Retaining Online Adjunct Faculty:
- Five Tips for Helping Faculty Transition Quickly to Quality Online Teaching
- Giving Part-Time Online Instructors What They Need
- Tips for Designing an Online Faculty Workshop
- Providing Leadership and Support to Professionally Develop Adjunct Faculty
- Creating a Policy and Procedures Manual Specific to Online Education
- Approaches to Building and Sustaining a Diverse Adjunct Workforce
- “Justice for Adjuncts.” What One Dean Can Do
- Post-pandemic Cultural Considerations for Online Learning