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Re: LRNASST Digest - 27 Jan 1999 to 28 Jan 1999

From:

Gladys Shaw <[log in to unmask]>

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Open Forum for Learning Assistance Professionals <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Fri, 29 Jan 1999 13:11:59 +0000

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Seems a good time to remind all you colleagues to complete the NADE Survey
on Status,Salary and Preparation for developmental educators. We hope to
get some definitive data that will enable us to provide some salary
guidelines.
I will bring copies to the conference in Detroit,but if you will not be
there, please email me at [log in to unmask] or fax me at 915-747-5486 and I
will get it to you
immediately. The deadline is the end of March. WE NEED ALL THE INPUT WE CAN
GET TO COME UP WITH GUIDELINES THAT ACTUALLY REFLECT WHAT WE BELIEVE AS
PROFESSIONALS, AND THE PROFESSION OBVIOUSLY NEEDS THEM. PLEASE DO IT.





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>Date:     Fri, 29 Jan 1999 00:01:54 -0700 Reply-To: Open Forum for Learning
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>Asstance
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>Professionals  From:
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>1999
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>
>There
>are
>23
>messages
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>in this
>issue.
> Topics
>of
>the
>day:
>1.
>study
>skills computer
>programs
>
>2.
>Position
>Openings
>(5)
>
>3.
>Assessing ESL
>Program Outcomes
>(3)
>
>
>4.
>Position
>Openings
>w/salary
>posting
> 5. my
>two cents on
>salary
>
>
>6.
>posting
>salaries
>(3)
>7.
>position
>availability
>
>
>8.
>Job
>Posting:
>DE
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>Instructor
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>10.
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>12.
>Posting
>Salaries
>
>13.
>study
>skills
>software
>
>14.
>Fennema-Sherman
>Mathematics
>Attitude
>Scales
>
>15.
>Elementary
>Algebra
>query
>Date:    Thu,
>28 Jan
>1999
>08:59:04
>-0500
>From:
>Gail
>Rowe
>
>Subject:
>Re:
>study
>skills
>computer
>programs
>MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding:
>7bit
>You might
>try Multimedia
>Study Skills
>CD-ROM from Cambridge
>Research Group
>at
>1-800-468.4227. Not
>very
>expensive.  Rebecca Giles
>wrote:  > Does
>anyone
>know of good
>computer
>programs to assist with study
>skills? We >
>need the
>program to
>run on
>Windows 95. > > Thank you, >
>Rebecca Giles
>>
>Director,
>Learning
>Success/Workforce Development Center
>>
>Jefferson
>State Community
>College >
>2601 Carson Road > Birmingham,
>AL
>35215 >
>205-856-7973
>>
>[log in to unmask] Date:    Thu, 28 Jan
>1999
>09:45:43
>-0500 From:
>
>Dennis Congos  Subject: Re: Position
>Openings
>Way to go
>Rosalind!  I
>agree
>about the salary secrets here in
>the US.
>What is so
>private about
>public
>information?  Not knowing a
>salary ahead
>of time
>causes many
>candidates to
>waste time, paper, and
>the valuable
>time and
>efforts of
>references.  Also,
>one instutitions's
>commensurate on
>salary
>can be a
>candidate's dream or
>nightmare.  The
>word commensurate
>has no
>meaning
>anymore in relation to
>jobs.  If an
>institution omits
>salary
>from a job
>announcement, I begin to
>wonder why
>they are hiding it.
> I
>can't speak for
>others, but I have
>avoided
>applying for several
>jobs
>because they hid,
>were shamed of, or for
>some
>other reason omitted
>the
>salary.  I don't
>understand the practice
>of
>not listing salaries
>with job
>postings.
>Actually, I feel it is rude
>not to
> include salary
>with job
>postings.   I
>wonder what are the
>thoughts of our
>colleagues on
>this?
>Dennis Congos
>Dennis H. Congos
>Supplemental
>Instruction
>Coordinator
>Student Academic
>Resource Center
>(SARC) POB 163115
>PC1-102
>University of
>Central Florida
>Orlando, FL
>32816-3115 Phone
>407-823-5130
>FAX
>407-823-2051
>Email:
>[log in to unmask] SI
>Homepage:
>
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/
>NADE
>Homepage:
>
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm
>Date:    Thu, 28 Jan
>1999
>09:51:54
>-0600
>From:    Mary Diedrich  Subject:
>Assessing
>ESL
>Program
>Outcomes
>MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain
>ESL
>faculty
>in the
>Minnesota
>State Colleges & Universities are
>beginning
>an
>initiative to
>look at
>curriculum-based approaches to
>assessing ESL
>program
>outcomes.
>If anyone
>on the listserv is working
>on similar
>issues, or have
>set up a
>process for
>such assessment, I'd
>appreciate
>hearing from
>you--either by
>e-mail or
>phone (below).  One of
>our major
>questions is:
>how do we
>determine ESL
>learners' readiness
>for
>"mainstream" college
>coursework?
>Thanks for any
>ideas,
>suggestions, or
>examples of current
>practice you
>might have!
>Mary
>Diedrich System
>Director for Assessment
>Minnesota State
>Colleges
>and
>Universities 700
>World Trade Center 30 E. 7th
>Street St.
>Paul,
>Minnesota
>55101
>651-296-3905 [log in to unmask]
>Date:
>Thu,
>28 Jan
>1999
>08:54:59 -0700 From:
>"Gerardo
>B.
>Moreno"
><[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re:
>Position
>Openings
>MIME-Version:
>1.0 Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"
>I
>could'nt agree with you
>more! Gerardo
>Moreno At
>09:45 AM 1/28/99
>-0500,
>you wrote: >Way to go
>Rosalind! > >I
>agree about
>the salary
>secrets here
>in the US.  What is so
>private
>>about public
>information?
>Not knowing a
>salary ahead of time
>causes
>>many candates
>to waste time,
>paper, and the
>valuable time and
>efforts
>>of references.
>Also, one
>instutitions's
>commensurate on salary
>can be
>a >candidate's
>dream or
>nightmare.  The
>word commensurate has
>no
>meaning >anymore in
>relation to
>jobs. > >If an
>institution omits
>salary
>from job
>announcement, I begin
>to >wonder why
>they are hiding
>it.  I
>can't speak
>for others, but I have
>>avoided
>applying for several
>jobs
>because they
>hid, were shamed of, or
>>for some
>other reason
>omitted the
>salary.  I
>don't understand the
>>prtice of not
>listing
>salaries with job
>postings.
>Actually, I feel
>it >is rude not to
>
>include salary with job
>postings.   I
>wonder what
>are >the thoughts
>of
>our colleagues on this? >
>>Dennis Congos
>> >
>>Dennis H.
>Congos
>>Supplemental Instruction
>Coordinator
>>Student
>Academic Resource
>Center
>(SARC) >POB 163115
>>PC1-102 >University
>of
>Central Florida
>>Orlando, FL
>32816-3115 >Phone
>407-823-5130
>>FAX
>407-823-2051
>>Email:
>[log in to unmask] >SI
>Homepage:
>
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/
>>NADE
>Homepage:
>
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm
>> > Gerardo B.
>Moreno
>Director Texas
>A&M
>University-Corpus Christi Tutoring
>and
>Learning Center
>6300 Ocean
>Drive
>Corpus Christi, Texas 78412
>(512)
>994-5933 (512)
>994-6049
>fax
>[log in to unmask] Date:
>Thu, 28 Jan
>1999 11:02:43
>-0500
>From:
> Craig Andres
><[log in to unmask]> Subject:
>Re:
>Position
>Openings
>MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding:
>7bit  I agree.
>When I see
>postings on this
>list, I first look at the
>job title, then for
>the salary
>range.  If it
>isn't in the posting, it
>isn't worth my time to
>seriously
>consider.
>Dennis Congos wrote: > > Way
>to go Rosalind! > > I
>agree about
>the salary
>secrets here in the US.
>What is so private >
>about public
>information?
>Not knowing a salary
>ahead of time causes >
>many candidates
>to waste time,
>paper, and the
>valuable time and efforts >
>of references.
>Also, one
>instutitions's
>commensurate on salary can be a
>> candidate's
>dream or
>nightmare.  The
>word commensurate has no meaning >
>anymore in
>relation to
>jobs. > > If
>an institution omits salary from a
>job
>announcement, I begin
>to > wonder
>why they are hiding it.  I can't
>speak
>for others, but I have
>> avoided
>applying for several jobs because
>they
>hid, were shamed of, or >
>for
>some other reason omitted the salary.
>I
>don't understand the >
>practice
>of not listing salaries with job
>postings.
>Actually, I feel it >
>is
>rude not to  include salary with job
>postings.   I
>wonder what are >
>the
>thoughts of our colleagues on this? >
>> Dennis Congos
>> > Dennis
>H.
>Congos > Supplemental Instruction
>Coordinator > Student
>Academic
>Resource
>Center (SARC) > POB 163115 >
>PC1-102 > University of
>Central
>Florida >
>Orlando, FL 32816-3115 > Phone
>407-823-5130 > FAX
>407-823-2051
>> Email:
>[log in to unmask] > SI
>Homepage:
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/ >
>NADE
>Homepage:
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm
>Date:    Thu, 28 Jan
>1999
>10:06:19 -0600
>From:    Carolyn Griffith
>Subject: Re: Position
>Openings
>MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"
>Content-Transfer-Encoding:
>7bit  Ditto all
>the comments
>on salary range in
>position openings. I am
>currently chair
>of a search for
>position opening
>and I am not even being
>given the salary
>range of this
>position opening. I
>have been told to
>refer salary
>questions to my
>supervisor! Most
>frustrating when you are
>the chair of
>the search
>committee. Carolyn
>Griffith  >---------- >From:
>
>Gerardo
>B.
>Moreno[SMTP:[log in to unmask]] >Sent:
>Thursday,
>January 28,
>1999
>9:54 AM >To:    [log in to unmask]
>>Subject:
>    Re:
>Position
>Openings > >I could'nt agree with you more!
>>Gerardo
>Moreno >At
>09:45 AM
>1/28/99 -0500, you wrote: >>Way to go
>Rosalind! >>
>>>I agree
>about the
>salary secrets here in the US.  What is
>so private
>>>about
>public
>information?  Not knowing a salary ahead of
>time causes
>>>many
>candidates
>to waste time, paper, and the valuable
>time and efforts
>>>of
>references.
>Also, one instutitions's commensurate
>on salary can be
>a
>>>candidate's
>dream or nightmare.  The word
>commensurate has no
>meaning
>>>anymore in
>relation to jobs. >> >>If an
>institution omits
>salary from a
>job
>announcement, I begin to >>wonder
>why they are hiding
>it.  I can't
>speak
>for others, but I have >>avoided
>applying for several
>jobs because
>they
>hid, were shamed of, or >>for
>some other reason omitted
>the salary.
>I
>don't understand the >>practice
>of not listing salaries
>with job
>postings.
>Actually, I feel it >>is
>rude not to  include salary
>with job
>postings.   I
>wonder what are >>the
>thoughts of our colleagues
>on this? >>
>>>Dennis
>Congos >> >> >>Dennis H.
>Congos >>Supplemental
>Instruction
>Coordinator
>>>Student Academic
>Resource Center (SARC) >>POB
>163115
>>>PC1-102
>>>University of Central
>Florida >>Orlando, FL
>32816-3115
>>>Phone
>407-823-5130 >>FAX 407-823-2051
>>>Email:
>[log in to unmask]
>>>SI
>Homepage:  http://www.umkc.edu/cad/
>>>NADE
>Homepage:
>
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm >> >> >Gerardo B.
>Moreno
>>Director
>>Texas
>A&M University-Corpus Christi >Tutoring and
>Learning
>Center >6300
>Ocean
>Drive >Corpus Christi, Texas 78412 >(512)
>994-5933
>>(512) 994-6049
>fax
>>[log in to unmask] > Date:    Thu,
>28 Jan
>1999 11:15:05 -0500
>From:
>   "Dr. Karen Smith"
><[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Position
>Openings
>w/salary posting
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"  Dennis
>Congos responded to
>Rosalind Lee
>with:  >I agree
>about the salary
>secrets here in the US.
>What is so
>private >about public
>information?
>Not knowing a salary ahead
>of time
>causes >many candidates to
>waste
>time, paper, and the valuable
>time and
>efforts >of references.
>Also,
>one instutitions's commensurate
>on salary
>can be a >candidate's
>dream or
>nightmare.  The word
>commensurate has no
>meaning >anymore in
>relation to
>jobs. > >If an
>institution omits salary
>from a job
>announcement, I begin to
>>wonder why
>they are hiding it.  I
>can't speak
>for others, but I have
>>avoided
>applying for several jobs
>because they
>hid, were shamed of, or
>>for some
>other reason omitted the
>salary.  I
>don't understand the
>>practice of not
>listing salaries with
>job
>postings.  Actually, I feel it
>>is rude not to
>include salary with
>job
>postings.   I wonder what are >the
>thoughts of
>our colleagues on
>this?   I
>must add, Dennis, that I agree with
>you and
>wonder why
>institutions do not
>post the salary range.  However,
>that
>decision lies
>above my head and the
>institution's policy cannot
>be
>changed for my
>wishes.  I have a position
>posted for a Coordinator
>of
>Tutoring
>Services, and the ad that will go
>into the paper omits the
>salary
>range
>although it exists in the
>announcement that I submitted to
>the
>H.R.
>office for their use.  So -----
>don't hesitate to apply for
>a
>position when
>there is no salary posted.
>Instead, call the college
>first
>and ask for the
>range if you feel that the
>posted salary may not
>be
>relevant for you.  That
>is certainly what I would
>hope that
>interested
>candidates would do with our
>position.... Date:
>Thu, 28
>Jan 1999
>11:12:11 -0500 From:    Gail Rowe
>Subject: Re: Assessing
>ESL
>Program
>Outcomes MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding:
>7bit  I would also
>be very
>interested in
>seeing responses to this
>question. Gail Rowe  Mary
>Diedrich
>wrote:  > ESL
>faculty in the
>Minnesota State Colleges &
>Universities are >
>beginning an
>initiative to
>look at curriculum-based
>approaches to >
>assessing ESL
>program outcomes.
> If anyone on the listserv
>is working > on
>similar
>issues, or have set
>up a process for such
>assessment, I'd >
>appreciate
>hearing from
>you--either by e-mail or phone
>(below). > > One of
>our major
>questions
>is:  how do we determine ESL
>learners' > readiness
>for
>"mainstream"
>college coursework? > > Thanks for
>any ideas,
>suggestions, or
>examples
>of current practice you > might have! >
>> Mary
>Diedrich >
>System
>Director for Assessment > Minnesota State
>Colleges
>and
>Universities > 700
>World Trade Center > 30 E. 7th Street >
>St.
>Paul,
>Minnesota 55101 >
>651-296-3905 > [log in to unmask]
>Date:
> Thu,
>28 Jan 1999
>10:24:28 -0600 From:    Kim
>Folstein
><[log in to unmask]>
>Subject:
>Re: Position Openings
>MIME-Version:
>1.0 Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding:
>7bit  I agree with
>Dennis and
>Rosalind.  In
>the long run, posting
>salaries would also save
>the hiring
>institution
>time and money.  If an
>institution invests the time
>and money
>to contact
>and possibly even
>interview a candidate only to have
>that person
>back
>out because the
>salary does not meet his/her needs, that
>is a waste
>of
>resources.  And
>let's be honest; how many of us have sweated
>the
>question
>of when to ask
>about salaries?  It's a sticky situations
>all
>around that
>could be easily
>remedied.  Kim Folstein Support
>Services
>Coordinator
>Alverno College
>Dennis Congos wrote:  > Way to go
>Rosalind! >
>> I agree
>about the salary
>secrets here in the US.  What is
>so private >
>about public
>information?
>Not knowing a salary ahead of
>time causes >
>many candidates
>to waste
>time, paper, and the valuable
>time and efforts >
>of references.
>Also,
>one instutitions's commensurate
>on salary can be a >
>candidate's
>dream or
>nightmare.  The word
>commensurate has no meaning >
>anymore in
>relation to
>jobs. > > If an
>institution omits salary from a
>job
>announcement, I begin
>to > wonder
>why they are hiding it.  I can't
>speak
>for others, but I have
>> avoided
>applying for several jobs because
>they
>hid, were shamed of, or
>> for
>some other reason omitted the salary.
>I
>don't understand the >
>practice
>of not listing salaries with job
>postings.
>Actually, I feel it
>> is
>rude not to  include salary with job
>postings.   I
>wonder what are >
>the
>thoughts of our colleagues on this? >
>> Dennis Congos
>> > Dennis
>H.
>Congos > Supplemental Instruction
>Coordinator > Student
>Academic
>Resource
>Center (SARC) > POB 163115 >
>PC1-102 > University of
>Central
>Florida >
>Orlando, FL 32816-3115 > Phone
>407-823-5130 > FAX
>407-823-2051
>> Email:
>[log in to unmask] > SI
>Homepage:
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/ >
>NADE
>Homepage:
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm
>Date:    Thu, 28 Jan
>1999
>11:21:45 -0500
>From:    "Clinton, Linnae"
>Subject: my two cents
>on
>salary  Personally, I
>never worry about what the
>salary is on any of
>the
>job postings--I know
>it's got to be higher than
>what I'm making!
>:-)
>Date:    Thu, 28 Jan 1999
>10:54:06 -0600 From:
>Andrew Freeman
>
>Subject: Re: posting salaries
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type:
>TEXT/PLAIN;
>charset=US-ASCII  I agree that
>posting salaries
>would be
>great - but here
>is an experience I had with a
>position that
>didn't list
>the salary.  I
>called the contact person at the
>college where
>the
>position was
>advertised and I asked a few lead up
>questions so as not
>to
>be so blunt
>about it - but I was mainly interested
>in the salary
>range.
>I was nervous
>about asking because of the negative
>impression
>that I felt
>it might
>leave.  What happened was the person I
>contacted
>wanted to know
>what
>degree I had, how many college credits
>beyond this
>degree, how many
>years
>of experience in my field - and then he
>was able
>to give me a
>salary
>range based on this information. However,
>the
>positive result to
>this was
>that I had just had a little
>mini-interview
>with the person who
>was in
>charge of hiring.  As a
>result, my name and
>experience became well
>known to
>this person, I was
>called for an
>interview, and was offered the
>position!
>Andrew Freeman
>Date:    Thu, 28
>Jan 1999 12:23:13 -0500 From:
>  "Dr. Karen
>Smith"
>Subject: position
>availability MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"  Position Available:
>
>Coordinator of
>Tutoring Services
>Learning Resource Centers,
>Rutgers
>University  Reporting
>to the University
>Director of the Learning
>Resource
>Centers (LRC), the
>Coordinator of
>Tutoring Services is
>responsible for
>planning and
>facilitating all
>activities related to the
>functioning of
>the Academic
>Tutoring program in
>the LRCs (app. 160
>tutors, 4 sites) on
>the New
>Brunswick campuses.  Plans
>and coordinates
>the policies and
>procedures of
>the LRC's tutoring
>services.  Supervises
>the promotion of
>tutoring,
>including flyers, ads,
>personal contacts with
>faculty, honors
>and student
>government
>organizations.  Coordinates all
>aspects of the
>hiring process
>for academic
>peer tutors.  Designs and
>conducts required
>training program
>and monthly
>sessions.  Provides
>development activities
>for tutors and
>evaluates
>performance.  Provides
>appropriate documentation
>to maintain
>international
>certification.
>Revises tutor training program
>and training
>manual
>regularly, as needed.
> Schedules and monitors
>tutoring resources on
>each
>campus.  Designs and
>implements the annual
>awards ceremony for
>newly
>certified tutors.
>Assists and consults with
>LRC personnel on the
>Newark
>and Camden
>campuses with regard to the hiring
>and training of
>academic peer
>tutors.
> Requires a master's degree in
>education or related
>field, plus
>four
>years experience working in student
>or academic services,
>preferably
>at
>the college/university level.
>Excellent
>communication
>and
>organizational skills are also required.  The
>position
>warrants a
>salary
>range:  $45,800 - $61,400.  Send a letter of
>interest,
>current
>vita, and
>the names, title, and phone number of
>three
>professional
>references who can
>speak to your qualifications for
>the
>position to:
>   Dr. Karen G.
>Smith         University
>Director,
>LRCs         Kreeger
>Learning Resource
>Center         151
>College Avenue
>       Rutgers
>University         New
>Brunswick, NJ
>08901-8545  All
>applications must be
>postmarked by 2/19/99.
>Date:
>Thu, 28 Jan 1999
>12:20:48 -0800 From:
>Peter speier  Subject:
>Re:
>posting salaries
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type:
>text/plain;
>charset=us-ascii
>Content-Transfer-Encoding: 7bit
> Andrew
>Freeman wrote: > >
>I agree that
>posting salaries would be great -
>but
>here is an experience I
>> had with
>a position that didn't list
>the
>salary. > > I called the contact
>person
>at the college where the
>position
>was > advertised and I asked a few
>lead
>up questions so as not
>to be so
>blunt > about it - but I was
>mainly
>interested in the salary
>range. I was
>nervous > about asking
>because of the
>negative impression
>that I felt it
>might > leave.  What
>happened was the
>person I contacted
>wanted to know
>what > degree I had,
>how many college
>credits beyond this
>degree, how many
>years > of
>experience in my field -
>and then he was
>able to give me a
>salary range >
>based on this information.
>However, the
>positive result to
>this was that
>I > had just had a
>little
>mini-interview with the person who
>was in
>charge of > hiring.  As
>a result,
>my name and experience became
>well
>known to this > person, I
>was called for
>an interview, and was
>offered
>the position! > > Andrew
>Freeman Recently, a
>professor of
>mathematics at
>our institution was
>asked why she did not apply
>for the job
>of supervisor
>of mathematics in
>our county school system.  Her
>response
>dealt with the
>posted salary
>range and she was told it was
>negotiable.  At
>the
>interview, she was
>told that, because of a lack
>of
>administation
>experience, her salary
>would have to be at the lower end
>of
>the range.
>She told them to forget
>it.  After 3 phone calls dealing
>with
>her salary,
>she was hired at a
>salary higher than what was posted.
> --
>Peter Speier
>Educational
>Development--Mathematics Prince George's
>Community
>College 301
>Largo
>Road Largo, Maryland 20774-2199 work 301
>322-0500 fax
>301
>808-0418
>Date:    Thu, 28 Jan 1999 09:19:58 -0800 From:
>
>David
>Jacobsen  Subject:
>Job Posting: DE English Instructor
>(Portland,
>OR)
>MIME-Version: 1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"
>JOB
>OPENING:  DEVELOPMENTAL
>ENGLISH FACULTY POSITION
>AT PORTLAND
>COMMUNITY
>COLLEGE.  For complete
>details, including salary
>range, job
>description and
>application, please
>contact our web site
>at
>http://www.pcc.edu/hr/813.htm
>or call (503)
>978-5867 and refer
>to
>position #813. Date:    Thu, 28 Jan
>1999 09:32:58
>-0800 From:
>Mark
>Reed  Subject: New Web Site for your
>Students/Staff
>MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type: text/plain;
>charset="us-ascii"  Greetings
>from
>"Hire-Ed" !
>http://www.hire-ed.org
>(with a dash in the middle and
>a
>.org on the end)
> Please pass this message
>on to your
>students,
>colleagues, or anyone
>seeking employment in higher
>education.
>This is a
>wonderful web site!
>Hire-Ed is a brand new, FREE job
>search
>web site for
>people seeking
>employment inhe fields of student
>affairs,
>college
>student personnel,
>student personnel services,
>higher
>education
>administration, and
>counseling. It is also useful to
>faculty of
>all
>disciplines.  Hire-Ed
>provides internet links to over 700
>college
>and
>university Human
>Resources/Personnel web sites - where
>the
>employment
>vacancies are
>posted. Hire-Ed is very useful to those
>seeking
>employment in
>specific
>geographic regions, wishing to perform
>a
>self-directed job search,
>or as
>a supplement to national
>publications
>(which very often don't
>advertise
>entry-level positions due
>to
>college/university advertising
>cost
>constraints).
>http://www.hire-ed.org
>(with a dash in the middle
>and a
>.org on the
>end)  Mark Reed
>Creator/Webmaster, Hire-Ed
>[log in to unmask]
>Date:
>Thu, 28 Jan 1999
>11:48:50 -0600 From:    David
>Arendale
>Subject:
>NADE'99 Conference Update
>MIME-Version:
>1.0
>Content-Type:
>multipart/alternative;
>types="text/plain,text/html";
>boundary="=====================_1261664==_.ALT"         Questions regarding
>the conference may be addressed to Naomi Ludman 616/782-1329,
>[log in to unmask] or Linda Duttlinger 219/785-5217, [log in to unmask]
>
>  Register today.
>
>" "    For more information:
> http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade/ Date:    Thu, 28 Jan 1999 12:14:40 -0600
>From:    David Arendale  Subject: NADE'99 Update [More Readable Font This
>Time] MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"  23rd
>Annual NADE Conference, Detroit Michigan, February 17-20. The snow has
>melted in Detroit and plans for the conference are complete. And there's
>still time to register. Registration details and forms are available on the
>NADE webpage. Questions regarding the conference may be addressed to Naomi
>Ludman 616/782-1329, [log in to unmask] or Linda Duttlinger 219/785-5217,
>[log in to unmask]  It's a great time in Detroit! Register today.  "Detroit
>'99. You 'auto' come." February 17-21, 1999. 23rd Annual Conference of the
>National Association for Developmental Education at the Westin Hotel in
>Detroit MI. For more information: http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade/
>=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= David R.
>Arendale, Associate Director of CAD University of Missouri-Kansas City,
>Center for Academic Development 5014 Rockhill Road, SASS #210, Kansas City,
>MO 64110-2499  USA Internet:  [log in to unmask]   Voice (Work):
>816-235-1197 Fax (Work):  816-235-5156   Voice (Home):  913-789-8314 NADE
>Homepage:  http://www.umkc.edu/cad/nade.htm CAD and SI Homepage:
>http://www.umkc.edu/cad/
>=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-=-= Date:
>Thu, 28 Jan 1999 12:16:42 -0600 From:    Shevawn Eaton  Subject: Posting
>Salaries MIME-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text/plain; charset=US-ASCII  I
>have experiences on both ends of this dilemma, and I don't think there is a
>good answer on whether or not to post salary.  On the employer end, I have
>been involved in searches i  x x Fax: (604) 599-3277             x
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