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October
14
2010

Coalition on the Academic Workforce (CAW) Survey

Posted by jaskelly under Announcement | Tags: ACLS, CAW, Coalition on the Academic Workforce | 0 Comments

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The ACLS is backing this multi-disciplinary survey of non-tenure-line faculty.  The survey, for all fields, collects data on working conditions from all those who teach off the tenure track (including graduate students).

The Coalition on the Academic Workforce (CAW) invites all members of the contingent academic workforce in U.S. colleges and universities to participate in this survey. The survey inquires about course assignments, salaries, benefits, and general working conditions as members of the contingent academic workforce experience them at the institutional level. We invite participation from all instructional and research staff members employed off the tenure track, including faculty members employed either full- or part-time, graduate students remunerated as teaching assistants or employed in other roles, and researchers and post-doctoral fellows.

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/VNNNRVS

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ACLS Humanities E-Book (HEB) is pleased to make individual subscriptions available through standing membership in the North American Conference on British Studies as an added benefit of your membership.

Individual subscriptions are USD $35.00 for a twelve-month, renewable, subscription. $15 of your subscription will come back directly to the North American Conference on British Studies and the balance will help sustain HEB as a resource for the entire scholarly community.

The link below will bring you directly to the online purchase module at ACLS Humanities E-Book. You will need to choose the North American Conference on British Studies from the pull-down menu and provide your membership number.

To initiate a subscription, please visit:
https://www.humanitiesebook.org/subscription_purchase.html

Information and Terms
The subscription offers unlimited access to its collection of cross-searchable, full-text titles across the humanities and related social sciences (https://www.humanitiesebook.org/titlelist.html).

Titles have been selected and peer reviewed by ACLS constituent learned societies for their continued value in teaching and researching, and approximately 500 are being added each year.

The collection includes both in- and out-of-print titles ranging from the 1880s to the current year. Titles link to publishers’ websites and to online reviews in JSTOR, Project MUSE, and other sites.

Individual subscriptions are ideal for those whose school might not yet have an institutional subscription to HEB or for individual members of a learned society who might not be affiliated with a subscribing institution.

For inquiries email: subscriptions@hebook.org

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