Online faculty positions tend to pay far less than traditional posts

03/10/2008 | NYTimes.com

With roughly two-thirds of U.S. colleges and universities currently offering online coursework, demand for college-level online instructors is growing. Many institutions pay part-time online teachers -- who often are required to hold master's degrees -- about $1,000 or $1,500 per course, but that's nearly 10 times less than full-time professors earn for teaching a course, according to George Mason University professor Stephen Ruth.

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