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Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Resources For College Adjunct Professors

I recently came across several web sites and blogs that would be of interest to individuals seeking to become an adjunct professor on the college level. Listed below is a blog as well as several sites that may be helpful in finding an adjunct professor position. The blog/web sites are as follows:

http://adjunctprofessoronline.com/ (described as a resource for adjuncts)

http://adjunctprofessoring.blogspot.com/ (blog about being a college adjunct)

http://lawprofessors.typepad.com/highered/ (higher education blog)

http://www.eduwonk.com/ (education news)

http://www.insidehighered.com/ (education news)

http://chronicle.com/ (higher education news)

http://www.adjunctnation.com/ (web site)

http://www.adjunctopia.com/ (adjunct job listings)

http://burntoutadjunct.blogspot.com/ (adjunct's personal blog)

http://www.higheredjobs.com/ (web site listing jobs in higher education)

If you know of any other resources for college adjuncts or law school adjuncts, please let me know and I will be happy to post it.

Mitchell H. Rubinstein 

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Hi there! I just started a blog with Bedford/ St. Martin's recently. Here is the link: http://adjunctcentral.com/. The focus is on advice for composition adjuncts, but much of the advice is relevant for adjuncts of all stripes.

Best,
Greg

Posted by: Greg Zobel | Aug 27, 2007 4:21:34 PM

Good Day:
I was conducting some research, and discovered
your website. I am interested in a adjunct professor
position in the Atlanta, Houston, Austin, or L.A.,
areas.
Can you please contact my office should any
person have knowledge with regard to a said position.
Please visit my website for further detailed
information.
Thank you,
Dr. Clifford G. Fleetwood, Ph.D., E.JD, J.S.D.

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Posted by: lawschoolexperience | May 20, 2011 12:30:50 AM

Hey! I currently am running a web blog/ job directory for online positions. I'm currently gathering sources to write an article on online adjunct teaching positions. These sources are great. Keep an eye for a post on http://OnlineTeachingJobs.co

Posted by: Jake Thompson | Sep 20, 2012 7:12:26 PM

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