By Randy Eldridge Slave labor. Exploited. Manipulated. Abysmal. Degrading. Not respected. These are all words that I see whenever I'm reading an article or a post about being an adjunct instructor,.
By Randy Eldridge I recently came across an article in the Economist that argued that obtaining a Ph.D. was essentially a waste of time. Not to repeat the entire article,.
By P.D. Lesko When I taught, there was always the inevitable end of the year scramble to see who would get summer teaching work. It was brutal. Feelings were always.
By Randy Eldridge Ok, I admit it. I'm 42 and I use Facebook. A lot. Maybe even too much. I was never on Myspace or any other social networking site.
By P.D. Lesko "Do teachers matter or are teaching methods more important?" That's the question posed by AdjunctNation.com writer Melissa Miller in her entry this week. On the AdjunctNation Facebook.
By Randy Eldridge "Can I help you?" the young lady sitting at the colorfully decorated table asked me when I first walked into the building. It was my first night teaching.