Colleagues Abroad

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This issue marks the second time we have looked at the use of part-time faculty in countries other than the United States. The first time, in the May/June 2002 issue, we looked at the use of lecturers in Canada, Italy, Japan and Great Britain. In this issue, we have pieces about temporary faculty in Australia, Canada, Italy, Japan, Malaysia and Scotland. The similarities between the faculty groups are interesting. Part-time faculty are expected to be prepared to step in and teach at a moment’s notice, regardless of the faculty member’s qualifications. Hiring focuses primarily on staffing the course and secondarily […]
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