Compensation for Distance Education
Policy No: 023
Approval Date: 11/29/05
In compliance with the New Mexico State University Policy Manual, Chapter 5, Section 5.25.30 Compensation Distance Education, New Mexico State University Library follows the guidelines specified below for compensation for faculty who provide distance education courses.
Course Taught as Part of Load
- Normally, distance education courses delivered by library faculty are considered in-load.
- Normally, activities associated with the development of a new distance education course are considered in-load.
- Library faculty hired on summer contracts to deliver a distance education course or develop a new distance education course will be compensated as specified under the New Mexico State University Policy Manual Chapter 5, Section 5.25.40, Compensation Summer policies.
- For Field-Based Courses (taught live at remote site), television courses taught live on campus with signal sent to remote site, replay of taped courses, internet courses, courses on multimedia the New Mexico State University Policy Manual Chapter 5, Section 5.25.30 Compensation-Distance Education (Off-campus, Field-based, TV, Internet Courses for Remote Students) compensation rates apply.
Course Taught as Overload
- Normally, New Mexico State University Library does not teach distance education courses in overload.
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