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Academic departments are responsible for hiring faculty to teach traditional and elearning courses. Prospective online educators must complete an application,PDF a cover letter and résumé. Please include online teaching experience and familiarity with specific learning management systems. Anne Arundel Community College uses Blackboard Learn (ANGEL Edition) for the delivery of online, hybrid, and web-based courses.
For the list of job openings and contact information, by academic department, visit the college's employment openings.
Please see http://www.aacc.edu/employment/ for more information on employment at AACC.
Faculty who are interested in teaching online or hybrid courses at AACC must complete required training prior to their first online teaching assignment.
Pathways to eLearning (I) is the first level of training; faculty who successfully complete this training can develop a web-based course or teach a fully developed online or hybrid course. Pathways to eLearning (I) and Pathways to eLearning (II) are required to develop and teach an online or hybrid course.
Recognizing the essential roles faculty play in all aspects of achieving excellence in online learning, AACC created an Academy of Excellence to support faculty who develop and teach online and hybrid courses.
Mentors are assigned to work with first-time online faculty. The Academy of Excellence peer mentoring program is designed to support faculty who are teaching online and hybrid courses by pairing each first-time online instructor with an experienced online educator. The mission of this program is to draw together two professionals in the spirit of constructive dialogue to exchange ideas about best teaching practices, strategies, and general teaching philosophies.
For further information about Anne Arundel Community College's Virtual Campus, contact us at 410-777-2464 or e-mail email@example.com.