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ERIC Number: ED059675
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971-Aug
Pages: 16
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Wisconsin State Universities Report on Workload of Teaching Faculty Fall Term 1970-71. .
Witmer, David R.
This report presents tables representing the total faculty teaching workload at the Wisconsin State universities during the academic year 1970-71. The data were obtained from a Scholarly Activities Report filed by faculty members in February 1971. The average total weekly hours range from 56 hours for professors to an average of 41 hours for faculty assistants. When viewed within the context of the total faculty workload, the amount of time spent by faculty members in teaching activities constitutes the major portion of their total workload. The various categories to which time is allotted include: group instruction, individual instruction, preparation and associated activities, conferring with students about coursework, student advising, departmental level administration, overall institutional administrative functions, departmental research, budgeted research, student service, library, extension and public service, auxiliary enterprises, and other professional activities. (HS)
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Authoring Institution: Wisconsin Board of Regents of State Universities, Madison.