What you need to know about the Ontario college strike

Faculty at Ontario’s 24 public colleges are entering their eleventh day of striking. While everyone – students, faculty, and the Employer Council – are hoping to get back to school soon, it looks like we’re in for a long strike. We’ve crunched the numbers for you; here’s the basics of what you need to […]

“Are adjuncts worse teachers?” is the wrong question

After years of working with Canadian colleges and universities, I’ve seen a striking growth in the number of instructors that are adjuncts – non-tenure track faculty members who work part-time and are paid per class they teach. 

According to the Ontario Public Service Employees Union, over the last ten years the number of part-time teachers […]

The Future of Automating Instructor Assignment Efficiently

Wish you could automate selecting contract faculty members each semester?

The start of the school year can be a hectic time. With schedules changing every semester, no doubt your department has looked for ways to minimize stress during this time.  The need of the hour is to efficiently ensure that your site is up and […]