There’s a hot topic on campus: faculty qualifications, or what accrediting bodies often call credentialing. While the vast majority of faculty are qualified to teach based on their academic degrees, some faculty (particularly adjuncts or those in health sciences or business) may be qualified based work experience, licenses, certifications or other qualifying activities. Here’s what you need to know about credentialing, from what accrediting bodies mean by it to approaches to documenting and defending your faculty’s qualifications.
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A faculty activity reporting system not only gives you easy access to the information you need, but frees up faculty to focus on teaching, scholarship, and service.