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Online Adjunct Faculty Orientation

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Given at Virginia Community College New Horizons Conference, 2011

Given at Virginia Community College New Horizons Conference, 2011

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  • 1. OnlineAdjunct Faculty Orientation
    The Gateway for Creating Student Success
    David BarrishAmanda HartmanMaria Poindexter
  • 2. Importance
    60% of credits at J. Sargeant Reynolds are taught by adjunct faculty (Fall 2011)
    No fixed schedule of hire
  • 3. Defining Needs
    “The ideal orientation program will _____.”
    provide knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) needed during first several weeks of teaching
    highlight policies many adjunct might not think about
    be delivered online to accommodate all adjunct faculty
    be accessible 24/7 for initial use and future reference
  • 4. Development Process
    Committee formed
    Input from several college units; not just instructional faculty
    Focused on “need to know” information
    Created web portal with links to information already there (minimal new content developed)
  • 5. Categorize primary duties
  • 6.
  • 7. Former Adjunct Faculty Web Page
  • 8. New Adjunct Faculty Web Page
    http://inside.reynolds.edu/adjunct/
  • 9.
  • 10. Expandable Items
  • 11. Key Components
  • 12. Key Components
  • 13. Key Components
  • 14. Key Components
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  • 16. Key Components
  • 17. Pre-semesterOrientationChecklist
  • 18. Recordkeeping
  • 19. Assessment
    Adjunct Faculty Orientation Program
    Spring 2011
    Stakeholder Survey
    Sample Size: 646
    Number of Respondents: 193
    Response Rate: 30%
  • 20. Assessment
  • 21. Assessment
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  • 27. Assessment
  • 28. Assessment
  • 29. Assessment
  • 30. Next Steps
    Greater participation
    Ownership of site
    Additional KSAs
    FERPA
    Class cancellations & make-up policy/expectations
    Codes (adjunct offices, copiers)
    Sample overview of student evaluations
    Add teaching/learning module
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  • 32. David Barrish
    dbarrish@reynolds.edu
    Amanda Hartman
    ahartman@reynolds.edu
    Maria Poindexter
    mpoindexter@reynolds.edu

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