Every Learner Everywhere
Online Learning Consortium

Supporting Adjunct Faculty: Research-based Recommendations

This webinar highlights the findings of the aforementioned study and provides research-based recommendations aimed at several audiences—institutional leaders, support staff who work with adjunct faculty, and adjunct faculty members themselves. Attendees will leave the webinar with specific, actionable strategies that promote the success of these key members of our campus communities.

Presenters: Van Davis, Chief Strategy Officer at WCET and Service Design and Strategy Officer at Every Learner Everywhere; Nicole Weber, Associate Vice President of Learning at the Online Learning Consortium; and Abby McGuire, Director of Research, Online Learning Consortium

Recommended citation:

Weber, N., McGuire, A., and Davis, V. (2022, February 1) Supporting Adjunct Faculty: Research-based Recommendations. [Webinar] Every Learner Everywhere, WCET, and the Online Learning Consortium.


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