The Professional Adjunct : An Emerging Trend in Online Instruction

@inproceedings{Bedford2009ThePA,
  title={The Professional Adjunct : An Emerging Trend in Online Instruction},
  author={Laurie A. Bedford and Ph. D. Capella},
  year={2009}
}
Expanding enrollment in online programs has concurrently created a demand for qualified faculty to assume the increasing workload. As full-time faculty have been unable to fill the gap due to workload or resistance, organizations are more frequently turning to adjuncts to meet the needs of their online learners. As a result, there has been increasing dialogue regarding the nature of the adjunct-university relationship as well as the quality, rigor, and consistency of courses being facilitated… CONTINUE READING

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