Adjunct Faculty

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Semester Key Dates

As you continue through the semester, you may want to review some key semester dates (semester start/end, holiday closures, etc.). You will want to check in with your department chair/director for additional key semester dates.

Spring 2020

  • Oct. 28: Registration opens
  • Jan. 13: Classes start
  • Jan. 20: College closed for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
  • April 6-10: Spring Break
  • April 10: College closed for Spring Holiday
  • May 4: Classes end
  • May 6: grades due
    (check in with individual departments for specific date/time)
  • May 14: Commencement

Summer 2020

  • April 13: Registration opens
  • May 11: Classes start
  • May 25: Memorial Day (college closed)
  • July 3: Independence Day observed (college closed)
  • August 6: Classes end
  • August 7: grades due
    (check in with individual departments for specific date/time)

Fall 2020

  • June 1: Registration opens
  • August 31: Classes start
  • September 7: Spring Break
  • November 24-25: No classes
  • November 26-27: Thanksgiving Break (college closed)
  • December 18: Classes end
  • December 21: grades due
    (check in with individual departments for specific date/time)

Professional Development Opportunities

Our adjunct committee and work groups are working hard to put together more professional development opportunities in a variety of modalities. The following are available immediately:

  • Moodle training
    Interested in using Moodle? Ron Coller offers training session (one-on-one or group).
  • Advanced Moodle design
    Would you like to add some visual appeal to your Moodle course? Not sure how or where to begin? Contact Tammy Douglas for assistance, tips, tricks and other Moodle fun.
  • Instructional design, Online Teaching and Learning (OTL), and educational technology
    Want to upgrade your course content, change out assignments or assessments, or improve engagement with students? Contact Tammy Douglas to set up a time to discuss various ways in which to apply instructional design techniques to upgrade your course.

Yammering

Yammer is an internal social media option for information sharing and discussion. A special Adjunct Faculty section has been set up to collect and post adjunct specific items. If you are interested in learning more, contact Tammy Douglas or check out this How To guide.