Category Archives: Teaching

Policy on Academic Continuity at UofT – Growing Concerns – Possible Strike Feb. 27 CUPE 3902

Faculty, teaching assistants, sessionals, lab technicians, writing coaches are concerned over the Policy on Academic Continuity which sets unprecedented guidelines in teaching areas which have traditionally been the domain of the teaching faculty. Media coverage regarding this issue, see article … Continue reading

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Academic Librarians and the Expanding Role of Teaching at Post-Secondary Institutions

As librarians review current workload policies and strategic plans, the role of teaching in many forms has been escalating. The following discussion paper by CAUT (2009) examines some of these changes and what it means to academic librarianship: CAUT Librariansʼ … Continue reading

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UTFA Librarians When Teaching – Sign a Letter of Overload

Some departments are not aware that academic librarians, as members of UTFA, when teaching at the University of Toronto do NOT sign a CUPE agreement, but instead, receive a Letter of Overload.

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