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courtney-wentz-gJWjS_NAjM0-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 39 Online Adjunct jobs from 16 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

12 Online Teaching Positions – Southern New Hampshire University

4 Online Teaching Positions – National University

3 Online Teaching Positions – University of Arizona Global Campus

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: American Public University System, Capella University, Columbia College, Georgia Military College, Grand Canyon University, MidAmerica Nazarene University, Purdue University Global, Roosevelt University, South University, St. Louis Community College, Strayer University, University of Maryland Global Campus, and University of Phoenix.

 

Certificate Course in Online Course Development

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development 

Space is limited! Register today!

CD501

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development is our 6-week certificate course covering today’s best practices in online course development. Upon completing CD501, you will have the knowledge and competencies needed to confidently create an online course – from the ground up, in any subject area. While CD501 does focus on higher education course development, the same approach can be used for creating well-designed commercial courses as well.

Join Dr. Brooke Shriner as she shares the science behind creating effective online courses, combining the latest research with her nearly 15 years of experience developing online curriculum for a variety of institutions. This course is approachable for distance educators of all backgrounds, from experienced course creators to those brand new to the task. Dr. Shriner teaches through storytelling and has crafted a unique student-focused approach that online learners appreciate and kindly praise.

The next run of CD501 starts Monday, October 23rd. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

This will be the last run of CD501 in 2023! The next cohort launch until Spring of 2024,so if you are interested in joining us, now is a great time!!

CD501 normally costs $498, but use coupon code WELCOME at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $348.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $258.96).

REGISTER FOR CD501 HERE

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lilartsy-P_DOaAvz3JE-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 41 Online Adjunct jobs from 21 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

5 Online Teaching Positions – Southern New Hampshire University

5 Online Teaching Positions – Texas Southmost College

4 Online Teaching Positions – Georgia Military College

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: American College of Education, Bellevue University, Capella University, Doane University, Grand Canyon University, Northern State University, Ohio University, Pittsburgh Technical College, Purdue University Global, Saybrook University, South College, Strayer University, Tarrant County College, University of Arizona Global Campus, Virginia Commonwealth University, Western Governors University, Western New Mexico University, and Woodbury University.

 

Certificate Course in Online Course Development

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development 

Space is limited! Register today!

CD501

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development is our 6-week certificate course covering today’s best practices in online course development. Upon completing CD501, you will have the knowledge and competencies needed to confidently create an online course – from the ground up, in any subject area. While CD501 does focus on higher education course development, the same approach can be used for creating well-designed commercial courses as well.

Join Dr. Brooke Shriner as she shares the science behind creating effective online courses, combining the latest research with her nearly 15 years of experience developing online curriculum for a variety of institutions. This course is approachable for distance educators of all backgrounds, from experienced course creators to those brand new to the task. Dr. Shriner teaches through storytelling and has crafted a unique student-focused approach that online learners appreciate and kindly praise.

The next run of CD501 starts Monday, October 23rd. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

This will be the last run of CD501 in 2023! The next cohort launch until Spring of 2024,so if you are interested in joining us, now is a great time!!

CD501 normally costs $498, but use coupon code WELCOME at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $348.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $258.96).

REGISTER FOR CD501 HERE

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elissa-garcia-ckVjMurwKIs-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 45 Online Adjunct jobs from 25 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

5 Online Teaching Positions – University of Phoenix

4 Online Teaching Positions – University of Maryland Global Campus

4 Online Teaching Positions – Franklin University

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: American College of Education, Bellevue University, Columbia College, Concorde Career Colleges, CTU-Online, Georgia Northwestern Technical College, Grand Canyon University, Houston Baptist University, Johnson & Wales University, Lackawanna College, Lake Michigan College, MCPHS, Murray State College, Parami University, Pittsburgh Technical College, Purdue University Global, South College, Strayer University, University of Arizona Global Campus, University of the People, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Western Governors University.

 

Certificate Course in Online Course Development

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development 

Space is limited! Register today!

CD501

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development is our 6-week certificate course covering today’s best practices in online course development. Upon completing CD501, you will have the knowledge and competencies needed to confidently create an online course – from the ground up, in any subject area. While CD501 does focus on higher education course development, the same approach can be used for creating well-designed commercial courses as well.

Join Dr. Brooke Shriner as she shares the science behind creating effective online courses, combining the latest research with her nearly 15 years of experience developing online curriculum for a variety of institutions. This course is approachable for distance educators of all backgrounds, from experienced course creators to those brand new to the task. Dr. Shriner teaches through storytelling and has crafted a unique student-focused approach that online learners appreciate and kindly praise.

The next run of CD501 starts Monday, October 23rd. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

This will be the last run of CD501 in 2023! The next cohort launch until Spring of 2024,so if you are interested in joining us, now is a great time!!

CD501 normally costs $498, but use coupon code WELCOME at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $348.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $258.96).

REGISTER FOR CD501 HERE

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shane-rounce-DNkoNXQti3c-unsplash (1)Online programs recruit students from all over the globe – a wonderful thing, as the diversity of thought, experience, background, and culture lends itself to enriching classroom discussion. Embracing a diverse student population requires mindful teaching, and an eye toward ensuring that students of all backgrounds, abilities, and experience are set up for success.

Thus, inclusive teaching practices are not only a moral imperative but also a necessity for fostering effective and equitable online learning environments. As educators, it is our responsibility to ensure that every learner, regardless of their background, abilities, or preferences, can thrive in the virtual classroom. Below, we’ll explore the importance of inclusive online teaching and provide practical strategies to meet the diverse needs of your students.

Understanding Diversity in Online Learning:

Diversity in the online classroom extends far beyond cultural and ethnic backgrounds. It encompasses a wide range of factors, including Learning styles, physical/cognitive ability, language proficiency, and access to technology.

While neuroscientists have largely debunked the notion of learning styles, it is a truism that students tend to prefer certain modes of acquiring information. And it is true that if we come at students in a variety of ways (visual, auditory, kinesthetic, or reading/writing, etc.) that we will light up more lobes of their brain, which allows it to make more and stronger neural connections – increasing memory and recall. So, offering students varied and engaging learning material that they can see, read, watch, hear, and even touch/hold/manipulate is a terrific way to reach everyone.

joyce-busola-h7pDENTfYvU-unsplashSome students may have disabilities or unique cognitive and physical needs that require specialized support, such as screen readers, captioning, audio recordings of textbooks or adapted materials. Schools who develop their online courses with an instructional design/subject matter expert team typically bake these accommodations into their course design. But if you are developing your own online course, you’ll want to make sure that every resource you provide is accessible to all. Consultation with your school’s disability resource center can help point you in the right direction.

Students for whom English is not their first language may require additional language support to understand and engage with the course content. Identifying these students and making sure to not unfairly penalize them for grammatical/typographic errors is important, as well as making sure you have resources to provide these students, either through the university or outside of it.

While all online students will need access to a computer and the internet to participate in online courses, not all students have access to specialized technology, including high-speed internet or the latest and greatest (and expensive!) devices. Ensuring your materials are accessible on a variety of devices and internet connections is crucial.

Further, not all students are comfortable using social media; some students avoid it given negative experiences they’ve had with online bullying or stalking. It is best not to require use of social media platforms in your classrooms (i.e., requiring your students to sign up for any social media platform to earn a grade in your class). But if you really want to, you’ll need to provide alternative options for those who have good reason not to participate.

Eight Strategies for Inclusive Online Teaching:

Below, we’ll briefly consider eight strategies you’ll want to consider as you create and/or teach an online course that embraces, accommodates, and is inclusive of learner diversity:

  1. Accessible Course Materials: Provide accessible documents, videos, and multimedia content. Use alt text for images, closed captions for videos, and ensure text is readable by screen readers. Embrace UDL principles to design courses that are accessible to all learners from the start, reducing the need for individual accommodations.
  2. Flexible Assessment Options: Offer a variety of assessment methods, allowing students to showcase their knowledge in ways that suit their abilities, talents, and modes of engagement. Consider alternatives to traditional exams, such as audiovisual projects, interactive class discussions, or dynamic portfolios.
  3. john-schnobrich-FlPc9_VocJ4-unsplash (3)Clear Communication: Use plain language and organize content logically. Offer written and spoken instructions and encourage students to ask questions if anything is unclear.
  4. Collaborative Learning Opportunities: Create spaces for peer interaction and collaboration, which can help diverse groups of students learn from each other and build a sense of community.
  5. Support Services: Provide information on support services available to students, such as disability services, language assistance, and technical support.
  6. Regular Feedback: Offer constructive feedback on assignments and assessments, focusing on improvement and growth rather than solely on grades and things that are “wrong” or “need to be fixed”. Be mindful of your tone – avoid sounding condescending and consider that level of readiness will vary from student to student.
  7. Cultural Sensitivity: Recognize and respect cultural differences and avoid assumptions about students’ backgrounds or experiences.
  8. Professional Development: Continually educate yourself on inclusive teaching practices and stay up to date with accessibility standards and technologies.

Inclusive online teaching is an ongoing commitment to creating an equitable learning environment. By embracing diversity and implementing inclusive practices, you can create an online learning environment where all students feel valued, supported, and empowered. Remember that inclusivity is not just a goal; it’s a fundamental aspect of effective teaching in the digital age.

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aaron-burden-RgTI2KaQ5N4-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 43 Online Adjunct jobs from 22 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

6 Online Teaching Positions – Murray State College

5 Online Teaching Positions – University of Arizona Global Campus

3 Online Teaching Positions – Strayer University

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: Bellevue University, Bryant & Stratton College, CTU-Online, DeVry University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Georgia Military College, Grand Canyon University, Methodist College, Morningside University, National University, Purdue University Global, Quantic School of Business and Technology, South University, Stanford Pre-Collegiate, University-Level Online, Trident University International, UNC Pembroke, University of Maryland Global Campus, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Western Governors University.

 

Certificate Course in Online Course Development

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development 

Space is limited! Register today!

CD501

CD501: Foundations of Online Course Development is our 6-week certificate course covering today’s best practices in online course development. Upon completing CD501, you will have the knowledge and competencies needed to confidently create an online course – from the ground up, in any subject area. While CD501 does focus on higher education course development, the same approach can be used for creating well-designed commercial courses as well.

Join Dr. Brooke Shriner as she shares the science behind creating effective online courses, combining the latest research with her nearly 15 years of experience developing online curriculum for a variety of institutions. This course is approachable for distance educators of all backgrounds, from experienced course creators to those brand new to the task. Dr. Shriner teaches through storytelling and has crafted a unique student-focused approach that online learners appreciate and kindly praise.

The next run of CD501 starts Monday, October 23rd. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

This will be the last run of CD501 in 2023! The next cohort launch until Spring of 2024,so if you are interested in joining us, now is a great time!!

CD501 normally costs $498, but use coupon code WELCOME at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $348.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $258.96).

REGISTER FOR CD501 HERE

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windows-VMPhyAoVqqk-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 47 Online Adjunct jobs from 23 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

9 Online Teaching Positions – Columbia College

6 Online Teaching Positions – Western Governors University

5 Online Teaching Positions – California Southern University

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: American College of Education, American Public University System, CTU-Online, Franklin University, George Fox University, Georgia Military College, Ohio Christian University, Purdue University Global, Regis College, South College, Southcentral KY Community & Technical College, Southern New Hampshire University, TCSPP, Trident University International, Unity Environmental University, University of Maryland Global Campus, University of North Texas, Wake Forest University, Webster University, and West Coast University.

 

Online Teaching Certificate Course

OT101: Fundamentals of Online Teaching

Space is limited! Register today!

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OT101 is our 4-week, asynchronous, instructor-led certificate course that provides training in today’s best practices in distance education. Upon successful completion of OT101, you will receive a certificate to document your achievement which can be highlighted in your job applications and CV.

To date, we’ve graduated over 500 members of our community (read testimonials here). The next run of OT101 starts Monday, September 25th. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

OT101 normally costs $298, but use coupon code TEACH at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $208.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $154.96).

REGISTER FOR OT101 HERE

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national-cancer-institute-NFvdKIhxYlU-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 40 Online Adjunct jobs from 15 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

9 Online Teaching Positions – Walden University

8 Online Teaching Positions – Purdue University Global

4 Online Teaching Positions – Southern New Hampshire University

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: Arizona College of Nursing, Chamberlain University, Charter Oak State College, Grand Canyon University, Houston Baptist University, National University, Strayer University, Unity College, University of Arizona Global Campus, University of Maryland Global Campus, University of Phoenix, and Upper Iowa University.

 

Online Teaching Certificate Course

OT101: Fundamentals of Online Teaching

Space is limited! Register today!

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OT101 is our 4-week, asynchronous, instructor-led certificate course that provides training in today’s best practices in distance education. Upon successful completion of OT101, you will receive a certificate to document your achievement which can be highlighted in your job applications and CV.

To date, we’ve graduated over 500 members of our community (read testimonials here). The next run of OT101 starts Monday, September 25th. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

OT101 normally costs $298, but use coupon code TEACH at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $208.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $154.96).

REGISTER FOR OT101 HERE

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firmbee-com-jrh5lAq-mIs-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 43 Online Adjunct jobs from 21 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

12 Online Teaching Positions – Oral Roberts University (1 posting, 12 positions listed)

3 Online Teaching Positions – Upper Iowa University

3 Online Teaching Positions – American Public University System

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: Arizona College of Nursing, Bethel University, California Institute of Arts & Technology, Colorado Christian University, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges, Gateway Community & Technical College, Georgia Military College, Grand View University, Houston Baptist University, Johnson & Wales University, Murray State College, Purdue University Global, South University, Southeastern College, Southern New Hampshire University, Thomas Edison State University, Trident University International, and Western Governors University.

 

Online Teaching Certificate Course

OT101: Fundamentals of Online Teaching

Space is limited! Register today!

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OT101 is our 4-week, asynchronous, instructor-led certificate course that provides training in today’s best practices in distance education. Upon successful completion of OT101, you will receive a certificate to document your achievement which can be highlighted in your job applications and CV.

To date, we’ve graduated over 500 members of our community (read testimonials here). The next run of OT101 starts Monday, September 25th. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

OT101 normally costs $298, but use coupon code TEACH at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $208.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $154.96).

REGISTER FOR OT101 HERE

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gabrielle-henderson-HJckKnwCXxQ-unsplash (1)The cover letter you create as part of your online teaching job application package plays a very important role. Not only is in an opportunity for you to showcase your skills, qualifications, and passion for education in a compelling way, but it also presents you with an opportunity to show schools that you uniquely meet the requirements of the position they are specifically asking for. In their job postings, schools are saying, “We want you if you have these qualifications/can do these things.” Your cover letter answers with, “I’m great for this position because I have those qualifications and I can do those things…and here is how! The cover letter is also a great vehicle for emphasizing your student-centered teaching philosophy, which nearly all schools will be looking for.

Here are some quick and helpful tips to consider as you craft your online teaching job cover letter:

Address the Recipient

Whenever possible, address the letter to a specific person – if they are listed in the job posting. If you don’t see a name, it is okay to go with “To whom it may concern.” But, if there is a person listed in the job description somewhere, you should use their name in the greeting.

Introduction

Begin with a strong and engaging opening paragraph that states the position you are applying for and briefly mentions not just your interest in the role, but the top two or three things that qualify you for the position. So, for example, you might say “Hello, I’m Dr. Jane Smith and I’m eagerly applying to the role of Online Math Instructor at your esteemed institution. As someone with a master’s in Mathematics, five years of online teaching experience, and a proven student-centered teaching philosophy (as evidenced by the attached positive student evaluations), I believe you’ll find my background and qualifications well suited for this position.”

Research the Institution

Demonstrate that you have done your homework by mentioning specific details about the college or university. Highlighting your knowledge of their online programs, values, or specific student populations (i.e., non-traditional students, large military student population, bilingual students, etc.) will show that you’re genuinely interested and motivated.

Showcase Your Qualifications

joao-ferrao-4YzrcDNcRVg-unsplash (4)Tailor your cover letter to emphasize the skills and experiences that make you a strong candidate for this particular online teaching position. Especially address anything the school specifically asks for. So, if they require a doctorate, 3-5 years of online teaching experience, and 2-5 years of relevant industry experience, make very sure you mention those points. If they online “prefer” something (meaning, it’s not a requirement) that you don’t have, it’s okay to leave it out – don’t pad or stretch something just to check a box. But if a position requires something, you need to make sure you mention how you fulfill that requirement in your cover letter. This usually takes the form of your graduate degree, relevant teaching experience, industry experience and certifications, exposure and familiarity with learning management systems (LMSs), and any specialized training related to online education.

Highlight Technology Skills

Online teaching often involves using various digital tools and platforms. Showcase your proficiency in using technology for teaching, such as video conferencing tools (Zoom, Microsoft Teams, WebX, etc.), learning management systems, or multimedia resources. Often a school will mention the specific LMS they use in their job description (i.e., Blackboard, Moodle, Canvas, D2L/Brightspace, etc.). If you have any familiarity with that platform (either as an instructor or student) mention it. If you haven’t yet been exposed to that LMS, you can mention that you are pursuing training in that LMS – but make sure you actually do so. The school could circle back to this during the interview and getting some basic training in oft-used LMSs is a value-add for your job hunt anyway.

Student-Centered Approach

jose-aljovin-JZMdGltAHMo-unsplashEmphasize your commitment to individualized learning and student success. Mention any previous experience in adapting lessons to meet the needs of diverse learners or employing different teaching strategies to engage students in the online setting. This is a bigger deal to schools that it may seem on the surface. They spend a lot of time, money, and energy recruiting their student body and want to make sure that once the students are in class, they are set up to succeed with instructors who will work with them and meet them where they are. Often, schools will require a separate Statement of Teaching Philosophy where you can go into much more detail. But here in the cover letter, you will want to make it clear that you are focused on students’ success and aren’t going to be one of those “my way or the highway”-style instructors.

Passion for Teaching and Subject Matter

Communicate your genuine enthusiasm for teaching and the subject you’ll be instructing. Share anecdotes or experiences that illustrate your passion for education.

Problem-Solving Abilities

Online teaching can present unique challenges, and schools are looking for teachers who can adapt and find creative solutions. Provide examples of how you’ve handled challenges in your previous teaching experiences. Don’t spend a great deal of time storytelling here, but if you have space, it will be good to showcase your ability to flex when the situation requires it.

Be Concise

Keep your cover letter focused and to the point. Avoid being too wordy and make sure each sentence contributes to the overall message. We recommend that your cover letter not exceed one page, single spaced.

Call to Action

Conclude your cover letter with a strong closing statement, expressing your interest in further discussing your qualifications in an interview. Provide your contact information and thank the reader for considering your application.

Proofread

Always proofread your cover letter before sending it. Typos and grammatical errors can make a negative impression. Use any grammar/spelling checkers you typically use, read your letter out loud, and then give it to several people in your circle to proofread it for you.

Follow Application Instructions

usman-yousaf--AQ-P_R25aI-unsplashIf the job posting specifies any requirements for the cover letter (e.g., word count, specific information to include), make sure to adhere to those instructions. If the provide a space for you to upload supplemental materials (i.e., certificates, student evaluations, letters of reference, etc.) make sure you attach those along with your application.

Remember, your cover letter is your chance to make a strong first impression, so take the time to tailor it to the specific online teaching job you’re applying for and showcase why you are the ideal candidate for the online teaching position.

Good luck!

Need Help with your Online Teaching Job Cover Letter?

samantha-borges-EeS69TTPQ18-unsplashDo you need individualized feedback on your cover letter? In our OnRamp course, we will do that—along with answering your questions about the job market, reviewing and editing your Statement of Teaching Philosophy and your CV, and even offering suggestions on interview questions. Look over the full course description and register easily online. You can also check out some of the kind things our graduates have said over on our OnRamp: Reviews and Testimonials page.

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sj-objio-8hHxO3iYuU0-unsplashEach week we will summarize all the online adjunct jobs we’ve added to AdjunctWorld during the week for easy reference.

If you’d like to be notified right after we post a new online teaching job in your discipline area, giving your application a jump start, consider becoming a Premium Member! Premium membership also offers bigger discounts on our professional development courses like OT101: Fundamentals of Online TeachingCD501: Foundations of Online Course Development, and OnRamp: A Practical Guide to Landing an Online Teaching Job.

This week we posted 43 Online Adjunct jobs from 22 schools.

We at AdjunctWorld wish you the best of luck in your job search. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email Brooke for more information.

This Week’s Online Teaching Job Summary

11 Online Teaching Positions – Tiffin University

4 Online Teaching Positions – University of the People

4 Online Teaching Positions – Southern New Hampshire University

…as well as online teaching opportunities at: Bellevue University, California Baptist University, California Institute of Arts & Technology, Columbia College, Concorde Career Colleges, CTU-Online, Drexel University, Eastern Nazarene College, Galen College of Nursing, Methodist University, National University, San Francisco Bay University, Strayer University, Unity College, University of Arizona Global Campus, University of Maryland Global Campus, University of Phoenix, University of the Cumberlands, and Western Governors University.

 

Online Teaching Certificate Course

OT101: Fundamentals of Online Teaching

Space is limited! Register today!

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OT101 is our 4-week, asynchronous, instructor-led certificate course that provides training in today’s best practices in distance education. Upon successful completion of OT101, you will receive a certificate to document your achievement which can be highlighted in your job applications and CV.

To date, we’ve graduated over 500 members of our community (read testimonials here). The next run of OT101 starts Monday, September 25th. Enrollment is now open, space is limited.

OT101 normally costs $298, but use coupon code TEACH at check out for 30% off, bringing your price down to $208.60Premium members will notice an additional 25% off taken at check out (total premium member price + coupon = $154.96).

REGISTER FOR OT101 HERE