“AdjunctImpact is a new online support program for adjuncts.
It was created with the knowledge that adjuncts need just in
time support beginning the moment they are hired. It is also
to standardize the support across campus and make it consistent.”
Includes an online preparation course specifically designed to help
adjuncts navigate the often challenging classroom environment.
The course is divided into the following four sections:
- Course Preparation
- The First Two Weeks
- Ongoing Education
There is also a Resources section that includes a syllabus builder,
information on using Scorpion, checklists and forms, and a lesson
The Lounge section is a bulletin-board like discussion forum where
adjuncts can interact and discuss.
Pay Scale Information for NKU Part-Time Faculty, 2006-2007 Fiscal
NKU Handbook for Part-Time Faculty
General information including employment qualifications, terms and
conditions of employment, faculty and university policies, professional
ethics and responsibilities, etc.
“Welcome to Adjunctnation.com. This is the Web page of the Adjunct
Advocate magazine. Published since 1992, the Adjunct Advocate serves
some 109,000 readers across the United States, Canada and Europe.
Whether you hold a full-time or part-time temporary teaching appointment,
the Adjunct Advocate's Web page, AdjunctNation.com, can get you plugged-in
like no other on-line resource for temporary college faculty can!
Our registered Web page users live and work all over the world! AdjunctNation.com
hosts temporary faculty from around the world because we've got all
the resources temporary faculty (all college faculty, really) need
in one place. Browse hundreds of jobs, try your hand at the weekly
quiz, search our exclusive textbook catalogue, play HangProf, visit
the Syllabus Vault, dialogue with colleagues, cast your vote in the
Adjunct Poll, find a grant, browse through our list of professional
development books, read the Adjunct Advocate magazine, and MUCH MORE.”
A Review of Websites for Contingent Faculty
“Welcome to AdjunctSuccess, the only organization dedicated
solely to the professional development needs of part-time professors,
and the instructional leaders who coordinate their work. Membership
provides a seat in 15 topical Webinars, a biweekly e-newsletter, a
seat in the AS Café, and access to rich sets of printable and