I want to thank the NTEU for lobbying the School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry at Sydney University in order to achieve better pay rates for casual tutors. This semester I will be paid for half an hour each essay that I mark. As an experienced tutor, this is wonderful situation to finally find myself in. I always provided extensive feedback to my students on their essays, knowing that much of my time spent in doing so would, effectively, be free labor. It is a delight to sit down with an essay, provide the detailed feedback that I have always provided - but this time, know that my work is valued. Thanks so much,
The 2010 Semester 2 issue of Connect, NTEU's magazine for Casual and Sessional Academics, is now available.
Casual and Sessional Academic members will receive their copies in the mail shortly.
NTEU is one of three industry partners on an ARC linkage grant awarded to a research team from Griffith University and University of Queensland. The project, which will be led by Professor Glenda ...
The 2010 1st semester issue of Connect, NTEU's magazine for casual and sessional academics, is now available.
Management at Victoria University are in the process of breaching agreements on workloads, said Dr Jamie Doughney, Victorian President of the National Tertiary ...