DAWSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE
COLLEGE PRESIDENT PROCEDURES CP 5-4
APPROVED: January 26, 2004
EFFECTIVE: January 26, 2004
REFERENCES: BP 5-4
CCCONLINE INSTRUCTOR COMPENSATION
As an internet delivery system of lower-division, undergraduate college courses and programs, a CCCOnLine instructor may or may not teach students registered at their own institution. As such, a CCCOnLine instructor is not an employee of his/her respective institution when teaching a CCCOnLine course, but rather is an employee of the CCCOnLine consortium.
Dawson Community College instructors interested in teaching CCCOnline courses will do so on a voluntary basis and have prior approval of the Dean of Instructional Services. Such individuals will not qualify for either an overload or a load reduction as per other compensation policies.
CCCOnLine Compensation Rates:
Matrix 1 Faculty: 7-9 students (% of full contract based on # of students); 10-20 students ($500 per credit hour); >20 students ($500 per credit hour plus $20/credit hour/student)
Matrix 2 Faculty: 7-9 students (% of full contract based on # of students); 10-20 students ($575 per credit hour); >20 students ($575 per credit hour plus $25/credit hour/student)
Mentoring: $300 per instructor mentored
Teaching Assistants: Up to $1,440
Course Development: $150 - $2,000 (all work is paid at completion and acceptance of course curriculum)
Workshop Facilitators: $150 - $500
NOTE: Matrix 2 faculty members are those who have no “Needs Improvement” on the Quality Assurance Report in all classes taught the previous term for the following items: Schedule, Discussion, Announcements, Grade Book, Student Evaluations, and Training.
SCOPE These procedures apply to Dawson Community College.