Adjunct Teaching at Maryville
Many institutions depend on adjunct or part-time faculty to teach certain courses. Dr. Tammy Gocial, Associate Vice-President for Academic Affairs, points out that adjunct faculty collectively represent approximately 50% of the teaching that takes place at Maryville University.One of her major responsibilities is to work with the adjunct faculty to learn more about them and find more and better ways to support and help them connected to Maryville.At Maryville, most of our adjunct faculty came equipped with their professional experiences integrating them into their classroom teaching. They bring diversity in the classroom with their professional expertise relevant and appropriate to the courses they are teaching. Maryville recognizes the valuable contribution adjunct teaching makes to the learning of our students. This site is created and maintained to provide valuable information and resources to connect and support adjunct faculty in their teaching and professional growth and development.Faculty Resources
- General Information
- Adjunct Faculty Handbook – Academic Responsibilities and Understandings
- Each document contains information about the academic responsibilities of adjunct faculty which includes the following. Each school has its own version of the faculty handbook as listed above.
- Conditions of Faculty Appointment
- Responsibilities, Duties, and Deadlines
- Compensation, Pay Schedule, and Procedures
- Syllabus Format and Templates
- Nuts and Bolts: Information for New Adjunct Faculty (updated : Spring 2013)
- Grade Submission for Midterm and Finals.
- Upload Course Syllabus to D2L – Course syllabus can be uploaded to your respective courses in Desire2Learn (D2L) course management system. If you need assistance, contact: Sam Harris at 314.529.9316/email: email@example.com.
- Facility Reservation, click this link to reserve a room (meeting rooms, computer lab, classroom, etc.) You will need your username and password (Maryville emailname and password) to login. Website:http://schedule.maryville.edu
- Snow Schedule – Check the Maryville Web site at http://www.maryville.edu or call 314.529.9300.
- Early Alert Attendance Reporting
Attendance Reporting is critical in serving our students effectively. Attendance reporting supports the integrity of Maryville’s student account, financial aid distribution, and enrollment accuracy. Please report student attendance promptly. Click the Early Alert Attendance Reporting site to report online. You will need your Maryville username and password to login. You only need to report the attendance one time. For 8-week courses, report after the first class meeting. For 16-week courses, report during the second week of classes. Contact Information: Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314.529.8369.
- Maryville Library Resources
The University Library provides services to faculty such as reserving printed materials and in electronic format. Library orientation is also available especially to new faculty to be familiar with the library resources. Faculty can schedule a meeting for their classes with Library staff to visit and provide information about the different resources and services of the University Library. Contact Information: Call 314.529.9595.
- Maryville University Policies and Procedures
- Teaching Resources:
This section provides some helpful tips and information to help you create and deliver a great course. Contact your Program Director if you have questions or concerns about the course you are teaching.
- Good Teaching: Top 10 Requirements
- Hints for First Class Session
- Teaching, Assessment, and Syllabus Development
- Academic Integrity
- Teaching International Students
- Credit Hour Calculation
- Respect in the Workplace
- Sexual Harassment
- Guide to Helping a Distressed Student
- Disability Services Support for Students – Faculty Information
- Tools for Teaching with Technology
- Instructional Technology Resources
- On-demand Training Sessions
The Learning Design and Technology staff have a number of pre-recorded training sessions on VoiceThread, Qualtrics (online survey development), D2L-Getting Started, and other webinars that we conduct through the St. Louis Instructional Design and Technology group. These workshops may be accessed via this link: http://blogs.maryville.edu/learn/training/on-demand-training/recorded-workshops/
Check back often for updates to the library of sessions available.
- On-demand Training Sessions
- Information Technology Resources
- Maryville User Account
Maryville user account is created for each faculty member by the Information Technology department. A faculty member is required to obtain a Faculty ID Number (see section under How-To’s to obtain your ID Number) . A Faculty ID Number is required to create your Maryville useraccount used to access email, Desire2Learn (D2L) course management systems, OLE (Online Course Evaluation), AccessMaryville (to access class roster, attendance reporting, update midterm and final grades online, advising resources for full-time faculty, etc.), Maryville Intranet, etc.To create your user account, visit http://mylogin.maryville.edu
- Help Desk Orientation
The Help Desk provides assistance to students, faculty and staff for all of their technology needs. They can help you get connected to the campus network, adjust your anti-virus software, manage classroom technology, and facilitate connection to our learning management system. They can be reached at 314-529-9506 or check out their Orientation information by clicking the link.
- Online Course Evaluation (OLE)
Online course evaluation is conducted for all courses each semester to provide important and reliable data used to improve the teaching and learning at Maryville. The online course evaluation is one of the measures used to derive information to evaluate educational effectiveness at Maryville University. The course evaluation is one of the tools for students to give feedback on the different areas of instruction. Instructors use the evaluation results to make content revisions to improve teaching, learning, and assessment methods in their courses. OLE Support Information: Kim Knoernschild, email email@example.com or call 314.529.6521
- Desire2Learn (D2L)
The Instructional Technology provides technology tools, resources, and technology training to equip faculty in the integration of technology into teaching and learning. The department offers instructional design support, technology training, and support for D2L (Desire2Learn course management systems), and training on other technology resources and application tools. D2L Support for ADjunct/Part-Time Faculty: Sam Harris, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314.529.9316.
- Faculty Technology Training
Maryville provides training on the use of technology resources to equip faculty in their course preparation and classroom teaching to engage students into meaningful learning. The integration of these technology tools will facilitate course delivery and enhance classroom communication. Training sessions are conducted throughout the school year. Contact Information: email@example.com
- Classroom Technology and Computer LabsThe Information Technology (IT) department at Maryville is responsible for planning, development, operation, and maintenance of the University’s central computing systems and the communications systems. IT provide support to all classroom technology and computer labs campus wide including off-site campuses. IT services include management and creation of user accounts to access Maryville email, D2L, AccessMaryville and other information technology service access campus wide. IT Help Desk Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 314.529.9506.
- Maryville User Account