The Institute for Part-Time Faculty Engagement & Support

An Institute for Part-time Faculty by Part-time Faculty

Welcome

Part-time faculty at Montgomery College play a critical role in promoting the academic excellence of the institution. They bring a unique array of perspectives and professional backgrounds to their classroom instruction and student mentoring. The College is committed to promoting the growth and developments of its part-time faculty, and this website serves as an integrated website of resources most directly applicable to part-time faculty. This website provides a broad overview of information relevant to brand new faculty.

As Dr. Pollard mentions in the following video, part-time faculty allow Montgomery College to actualize its mission of enriching the community and empowering our students.

Dr. Pollard's Greeting Message
Dr. Sanjay Rai's Greeting to New Part-Time Faculty

Director's Corner

Meet Dr. Antonio 'Tango' Thomas
Dr. Antonio Thomas

As the Director, I want to welcome you and every part-time faculty member to the Institute. I also want you to know that the Institute is here to provide support as you go about the daily duties of ensuring that Montgomery College students are successful in their academic endeavors. My vision for the Institute for Part-Time Faculty Engagement and Support is to retell the story of part-time faculty here at MC. When part-time faculty from Montgomery College hear about the issues concerning part-time faculty, I want them to be able to say, "These issues are not occurring at Montgomery College, because The Institute has proactively taken measures to ensure that part-time faculty are well supported and treated with the dignity and care commensurate with our status as faculty members. At Montgomery College, The Institute ensures that part-time faculty members are recognized and appreciated as an integral part of the college fabric."

About The Institute

Part-time faculty play a critically important role in the Montgomery College community. Montgomery College greatly values the contributions made by its part-time faculty members in achieving the educational mission of the College, and providing breadth, vibrancy, and flexibility in its programs. Students benefit markedly by the real-world expertise imparted by part-time faculty who represent a vast array of professional areas.

The Institute is designed to better incorporate the contributions made by part-time faculty into the essence of the College's operation as a dynamic institution of higher education. To realize this goal, resource centers are located on each campus. Part--time faculty associates will assist you in becoming acclimated to the many educational and institutional resources of Montgomery College. In addition, central services such as Human Resources, the core teaching and learning office (ELITE), and academic and counseling offices have been increasing their efforts to provide services to part-time faculty across the College. Indeed, all centralized offices are expending considerable energy on the key areas of orientation, professional development, discipline-specific engagement and recognition.

Under the guidance of an Institute director, Dr. Antonio L. Thomas, we are evolving into a vital hub of information and resources for part-time faculty on the campuses and in our Workforce Development & Continuing Education unit. Thank you for visiting our site. If you have ideas and suggestions about the website and the development of the Institute please contact us at 240-567-4545.


Part-Time Faculty Resources

Achieving The Promise Academy
ELITE Faculty Associates
Institute for Part-time Faculty Engagement & Support
MC Learning Centers
This list is not exhaustive. Other opportunities may become available through individual departments and units as the need arises.

Thank you for your service to the students of Montgomery College. Regardless of whether you have contributed to the lifeblood of MC for 40 years or you are relatively new to the teaching profession, we need you and value your skills in connecting with our students inside and outside of the classroom. You are part of what makes Montgomery College great!

Part-time faculty play a critically important role in the Montgomery College community. Montgomery College greatly values the contributions made by its part-time faculty members in achieving the educational mission of the College, and providing breadth, vibrancy, and flexibility in its programs. Students benefit markedly by the real-world expertise imparted by part-time faculty who represent a vast array of professional areas.

The Institute is designed to better incorporate the contributions made by part-time faculty into the essence of the College's operation as a dynamic institution of higher education. To realize this goal, resource centers are located on each campus. Part--time faculty associates will assist you in becoming acclimated to the many educational and institutional resources of Montgomery College. In addition, central services such as Human Resources, the core teaching and learning office (ELITE), and academic and counseling offices have been increasing their efforts to provide services to part-time faculty across the College. Indeed, all centralized offices are expending considerable energy on the key areas of orientation, professional development, discipline-specific engagement and recognition.

Under the guidance of an Institute director, Dr. Antonio L. Thomas, we are evolving into a vital hub of information and resources for part-time faculty on the campuses and in our Workforce Development & Continuing Education unit. Thank you for visiting our site. If you have ideas and suggestions about the website and the development of the Institute please contact us at 240-567-4545.

Thank you.

MC Libraries: Save Precious Time (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)
This slideshow contains important information about MC Libraries locations, website, reserve services, library collections, information literacy, and more.

Classroom Literacy (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)
How to design techniques to “teach reading” to your students which include the importance of “taking a textbook walk” during the first week of classes and identifying text features within textbooks.

Technology Resources in the Libraries (PDF, Get Adobe Acrobat PDF Reader.-Link opens in new window.)
Outlined in this brochure are some of these resources, and some of the guidelines for their use. In addition to those outlined, each campus library has a WEPA print kiosk, WiFi throughout the library, and MS Office software installed on each library computer.


Student Assistance Information

MC Syllabus: Important Links for Students
In addition to course requirements and objectives that are in this syllabus, Montgomery College has information on its website to assist students in having a successful experience both inside and outside of the classroom.

Emergency Evacuation Assistance
Any student who may need assistance in the event of an emergency evacuation must identify to the Disability Support Services Office.

The Office of E-Learning, Innovation, and Teaching Excellence (ELITE) provides faculty with all the technical support they need in regard to obtaining information for teaching on-campus and online. View our workshop calendar for upcoming events and a list of workshop descriptions.

To find out more information and to register for ELITE workshops, please visit the MC Learns page under MyMC (Training & Development Tab). If you have questions on one or more of the workshops, please look inside MC Learns for the workshop facilitator's contact information.

General Questions: 
For general distance learning related questions, please contact Jeana Beaulieu.
All other teaching related questions, please contact Sharmini Azeez.
Our office is opened from 8:30 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday through Friday.

Office of E-Learning, Innovation, and Teaching Excellence
900 Hungerford Drive, Suite 342
Rockville, MD 20850
Phone: 240-567-6002
Fax: 240-567-6004

Germantown (Map)
High Technology & Science Center
Room 235
20200 Observation Drive, Germantown, MD 20876
240-567-2196

Rockville (Map)
Humanities Building
Room 008
51 Mannakee Street
Rockville, MD 20850
240-567-5242

Takoma Park/Silver Spring  (Map)
Resource Center
Room 112
7600 Takoma Avenue, Takoma Park, MD 20912
240-567-1300


Workforce Development & Continuing Education (WD&CE)

Gaithersburg Business Training Center
12 South Summit Avenue
Gaithersburg, MD 20877
240-567-1863 | Email

Westfield South Center
11002 Veirs Mill Rd, 306
Wheaton, MD 20902
240-567-5188 | Email

Congratulations - your collective bargaining agreement with Montgomery College represents a historic first event for part-time faculty in the state of Maryland. Under the contract, part-time professors at MC enjoy increased job security and protection against unfair discharge, pay improvements, an increase in the number of credit hours that a part-timer can teach and a commitment by the College to explore the issues of pay equity and health care access for part-timers.

Local 500's offices 
901 Russell Avenue , Suite 300
Gaithersburg, MD 20879

Phone: 301-740-7100
Fax: 301-740-7139
9 a.m.–noon and 1 p.m.–5 p.m.
Monday - Friday

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