The following questions are designed to determine the complexity and resource demands of your existing instructor allocation system
Typically the instructor assignment process is divided into two stages of work effort:
- Stage 1: effort spent to prepare an initial draft of instructor assignments for each course / section offered; - Stage 2: effort to hire suitable instructors where a suitabe instructor was not found during the initial draft
Your potential savings is based on a streamlined model of hiring part-time faculty and matching instructors to courses.
Estimated Annual Savings:
How many sections are offered on average during each semester?
Please use the slider below for the closest count
How many staff / administrators spend over 75% of their time for instructor assignment each semester at your school / college?
How long (in weeks) does Stage 1 of Instructor assignment take?
How many additional staff participate (i.e. spend 25% or less of their time) in the instructor assignment process each semester?
Stage 2: How long (in weeks) does it take to hire for exceptions each semester? i.e. hiring for positions that could not be filled.
Average Hourly Rate for Part time faculty (in $ per hour)
On average, how large is your pool of applicants when choosing instructors for each course? Select from one of the following:
A: Very deep (on average can choose from 3 or more instructors per course / section)
B: Somewhat deep (on average can choose from 3-5 instructors per course / section)
C: Shallow (on average can choose from 1-3 instructors per course / section)
D: No choice (on average have no choices for instructors per course / section)