FALL 2018 INSTRUCTIONAL ANALYSIS REVIEW PROCESS
OPENS Monday, September 10th, 2018
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Friday, November 2nd, 2018
The Fall 2018 Instructional Analysis Reports are now available for review.
The Instructional Analysis reports are prepared in advance of the Delaware Cost Study, which is an annual, national study of instructional costs and faculty workload that UNCG participates in along with the rest of the UNC System.
Each report is an Excel file with three tabs containing data:
- Course Instructors
This tab shows all courses being taught in the department, crosslist codes if applicable, who is teaching each course, and each instructor’s percent of responsibility.
If you need to change instructor information or crosslist information about a course, please send a detailed email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include the Course ID, the CRN, the Instructor name and Banner ID, and directions for actions needed.
- Instructor and Course
On this tab, you will see instructor and course detail for faculty and GTAs in your department.
If you need to change faculty details such as rank, e-class, tenure status, FTE, research buyout, or professorship reduction, please contact the EPA HR Office, email@example.com, and submit the appropriate change request. This may involve a Title Change EPAF, PD-7, or Labor Distribution Change EPAF.
- Summary by Delaware Faculty Category
This tab represents summary metrics of all the Instructor and Course data from the previous tab.
Each tab includes a URL link to the Notes and Explanations document where you will find terms, definitions, and FAQs.
The data in the Instructional Analysis Reports represent course and instructor information as currently identified in the student information system, Banner. Any changes to these data must be conducted by personnel in the university offices with direct responsibility and authority for these data, the University Registrar’s Office and Faculty Personnel Services. This process assures that the system of record, Banner, is up-to-date.
The deadline for completing this process is October 5th, 2018. After all departments and programs have been reviewed and corrected in Banner, a final version of these reports will be prepared and placed in this same secure web directory.
Questions? Contact Samantha Bradley in the Office of Institutional Research. firstname.lastname@example.org
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