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Part-Time Faculty-Online Facilitator Political Science (PL)

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Company: Eastern Kentucky University

Location: Richmond, KY

Date Posted: November 17, 2013

Source: Eastern Kentucky University

The University is accepting applications for Online Facilitators for the Online Political Science courses. When an opening is available your application will be considered in the applicant pool.

Facilitators are responsible for the overall instruction of small groups of students in scheduled online courses.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
1. Schedule and moderate small group online chat sessions as specified in the Faculty Handbook.
2. Monitor and respond to the assigned small group online discussion forums as specified in the Faculty Handbook.
3. Monitor and track student participation in the course, alerting the Program Director, Lead Instructor and Program Manager of at-risk students.
4. Manage the grading and review of all course assignments.
5. Complete student assessments at the end of each course.
6. Participate in "Course Orientation" once per course (prior to start date).
7. Respond to student questions, interacting with the Lead Instructor or Program Director (academic issues) or Program Manager ...

The University is accepting applications for Online Facilitators for the Online Political Science courses. When an opening is available your application will be considered in the applicant pool.

Facilitators are responsible for the overall instruction of small groups of students in scheduled online courses.

RESPONSIBILITIES INCLUDE:
1. Schedule and moderate small group online chat sessions as specified in the Faculty Handbook.
2. Monitor and respond to the assigned small group online discussion forums as specified in the Faculty Handbook.
3. Monitor and track student participation in the course, alerting the Program Director, Lead Instructor and Program Manager of at-risk students.
4. Manage the grading and review of all course assignments.
5. Complete student assessments at the end of each course.
6. Participate in "Course Orientation" once per course (prior to start date).
7. Respond to student questions, interacting with the Lead Instructor or Program Director (academic issues) or Program Manager (administrative issues) on behalf of students where necessary.
8. Provide course feedback and suggestions for course and program improvement to the Lead Instructor, Curriculum Specialist, and Program Director.
9. Perform other duties related to teaching and managing the course as requested by the Lead Instructor.

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