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Active Part-Time Lecturers

Faculty & Part-Time Lecturer Handbook

Click the download button below to view the PTL Handbook. This handbook looks to provide helpful information for a successful teaching experience for all of our PTLs. Notable information includes: the SSW's administrative directory, academic calendars and holidays, employment support services, teaching information, and various conduct policies. 

Classroom Observation Checklist

Online Classroom Observation Checklist

Classroom Observation Summary Feedback Statement

New Part-Time Lecturer Observation Letter

Returning Part-Time Lecturer Observation Letter

Part-Time Lecturer Advancement

Part-Time Lecturer Evaluation for Advancement Short Form for Spring 2020 Advancement Only

Evaluation Review Form for Part-Time Lecturers

When will I know if my class runs?

Class cancellations are determined by enrollment numbers. If student enrollment is low, the class will be canceled. Dottie Bennett will send email notifications ahead of the semester.

When will I have access to my roster?

Notifications will be sent via the SSW Office of Student Affairs. Once your roster is live, confirm you have access here.

There are dates during the semester that I will not be able to teach, what can I do?

If you know these dates in advance, please contact Dr. Sam Jones

After class starts, whom should I contact for support?

I taught before in the SSW, but my Net ID doesn’t work, what can I do?

Your Net ID may need to be reactivated. Please call Dottie Bennett at 848-932-4334. Be prepared to provide your social security number and date of birth. 

When can I expect my syllabus and/or access to my course shell in Canvas?

Syllabi will be distributed as early as possible; time varies and it depends on updates on the content of the course. Typically, syllabi are distributed around the time of scheduled kick off calls, but times may vary depending on updates to course content. Once available, SSW staff will provide individual email contact to access the course.   

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