Advice for adjuncts working at multiple schools

07/24/2013 | InsideHigherEd.com

Adjunct instructors may find themselves teaching at multiple institutions as more colleges are hiring, and others are cutting hours to avoid new benefit requirements of the Affordable Care Act, English adjunct Luke Niebler writes in this commentary. Niebler advises adjusting teaching strategies, learning the ropes by talking with other instructors and getting to know secretaries and administrators. "They often have an amazing knowledge of how the department really works, whom to talk to when you have problems, and what resources are available to you," he writes.

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