Update: This webinar is over, but you can see materials here:
A copy of slides presented in the webinar
A recording of the webinar (Q&A has been edited out)
A document listing AAUP policies that are frequently used in handbooks
A link to the AAUP guidebook Faculty Handbooks as Enforceable Contracts
Academic due process and faculty participation in collegial governance are not just abstract concepts; they are incorporated in concrete ways in the official policies and procedures of each institution. The key document in this regard is the faculty handbook, and its contents are an important indicator of the institutional protections of faculty rights.
Learn about the key areas that should be covered in a faculty handbook in a free live webinar. Presenter Joerg Tiede is a professor at Illinois Wesleyan University and a member of the AAUP's Committee A on Academic Freedom and Tenure.
Note that this webinar is offered as a member benefit to AAUP members only and will be limited to twenty-five participants. To participate, you will need access to a computer with internet connection and a telephone. The webinar will be offered at 2:30 Eastern Standard Time. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.