How to Find a Job Teaching On-Line

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by Evelyn Beck CAROL CONRAD HAS continued to teach on-line business courses for two California colleges despite moving first to Virginia and then to Florida. “If the student can be anywhere, why not the instructor?” she says. As distance education offers greater flexibility for students, so it has also meant more options for adjunct faculty, who are invited in an increasing number of advertisements to teach from their home locations. Cerro Coso Community College currently employs sixteen instructors who don’t live near the college’s five sites in northern California, and they’re looking for more. “I live 180 miles away from our largest site that houses my boss,” says Matt Hightower, director […]
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