wants to help you find an online teaching job (or several online teaching jobs!). We do so in four key ways.

  • We are the world’s largest database of online teaching jobs. We don’t use bots to find our positions – we “hand-scrape” the web each day to bring to you the most relevant online teaching positions available in higher education, in a wide variety of discipline areas. Check daily for new jobs, read our weekly emailed newsletter for our latest listings, or become a premium member and receive job alerts in up to three disciplines right to your inbox!
  • In 2018 we launched our first online professional development course, aimed to train new, aspiring, and experienced online instructors with an extensive, high-quality, instructor-led course in the best practices in online teaching. This is our very popular online teaching certificate course Fundamentals of Online Teaching (OT 101). It is not only our goal to provide you with job leads, we also want to support you in your professional development efforts, and provide you with training to highlight in your application materials. Our OT 101 alums say the kindest things about our class, check out our OT 101 Reviews and Testimonials Page for more! We are currently working to increase our catalog of courses, so stay tuned!
  • The process of finding online teaching work can feel like a full time job in and of itself. For years, we have received emails from frustrated people asking “Why is it so hard to find an online teaching job? How can I improve my CV cover letter? What is the landscape of distance education for the job-seeking online instructor? What is the best way to find and apply to online teaching jobs? What will I need to be successful? How can I make this easier on myself?” We sought to answer these questions (and many more) in one fell swoop in our self-paced course: Your Guide to Finding an Online Teaching Job.

Job leads, professional development and training opportunities, guidance through the online teaching job-finding process and … Oh!

  • We use strategic partnerships to help place our community members directly in line with schools looking to hire adjuncts. We work closely with Profhire, Inc. and are currently developing other strategic relationships to serve our community.

In addition to the above, we publish blog articles in our weekly emailed newsletter and social media pages to teach, inspire, empower, and inform our community of all things online instruction.

We want to support you in all of your endeavors and respond quickly and personally to your requests, questions, concerns, and ideas. Please never hesitate to reach out!

Thanks for becoming a member of the AdjunctWorld community.

~  Brooke Shriner, PhD


4 Responses to “About AdjunctWorld”

  1. Guy Wood

    Matt —

    I thought I’d just drop a line to tell you I am glad you’re back up and running after the Google Blogger debacle. Sorry you had to go through all that, but I think things will be more rewarding for you now that you’ve got your own site.

    Best wishes for great success!


  2. Rosa-Fay Milnar

    Hi, Matt,

    I am so glad you are up and running. I want to thank you and let everyone know how awesome you are. Two of my three universities were found over two and a half years ago through you. They have all been good to me and I love teaching for them.

    Welcome back, Matt!


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