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Guide On The T&P Side: Using Tech To Make Tenure
Transcript of Guide On The T&P Side: Using Tech To Make Tenure
to Make Tenure
Deborah Tritt, USC Aiken
Kaetrena Davis Kendrick, USC Lancaster
ACRL supports tenure-track academic librarians!
What is Tenure?
Academic status granted to faculty members who have satisfactorily met an institution's teaching, scholarship, and service qualifications during a probationary period.
Traditionally denotes job permanence
Comes with promotion in rank
Promotion can occur without tenure; but not vice versa
ACRL Joint Statement on Faculty Status of College & University Librarians (http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/jointstatementfaculty)
ACRL's Guideline for the Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure of Academic Librarians http://www.ala.org/acrl/standards/promotiontenure
WHAT ARE YOUR
QUESTIONS ABOUT TENURE & PROMOTION?*
*specific qualifications and requirements are dependent upon the institution.
What is the Tenure Process?
Probationary Period (3 - 5 years)
Tenure & Promotion process (sometimes called Penultimate Year review)
- gathers documentation supporting all relevant activities
- fills out administrative forms
- requests letters of support from colleagues
- may be asked to identify colleagues for external file review
- submits all supporting documentation and administrative forms to T&P Committee.
- WAITS. WORRIES. (HOPEFULLY) EARNS TENURE
(you're gonna help make it certain)
By the Way...
Well, let's get started!
Rule 3: Keep Everything (EVERYTHING)
Rule 4: Track Everything (EVERYTHING)
Rule 5: No, really. EVERYTHING
Rule 1: Stay Focused
Rule 2: Keep yourself organized