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The provisions of Section 255.100 shall apply only to Members who hold appointments other than twelve-month, full-time, regular appointments.
During the Summer Session, the workload of Members assigned instructional responsibility for a course or courses shall include class preparation and delivery, evaluation of student performance, student advising, posted office hours and other student contact.
The Employer shall pay a Member to whom it assigns instructional responsibility for a course, workshop or seminar which it offers during a summer session according to the provisions of Section 508.100.
A Member may serve as a student adviser or in any other similar capacity outside h/her period of appointment. Such Member shall be compensated with supplemental pay according to Section 508.400.
The provisions of Section 255.300 shall apply to all Members. Instructional responsibility for a course which the Employer offers through the Employer's Continuing Education shall be considered an overload.
If the Employer assigns a full-time Member instructional responsibility for courses offered through the Employer's Continuing Education, those responsibilities shall not normally exceed any of the following guidelines:
Courses which the Employer offers through its Continuing Education and for which the Employer offers academic credit shall require the same number of Contact Hours as are required in the day school as provided in Section 250.000, except for independent study and correspondence courses.
The Employer shall pay a Member to whom it assigns instructional responsibility for a course which the Employer offers through its Continuing Education according to the provisions of Section 508.300.
The Employer shall provide Members with reasonable, advance notice of the courses, workshops and seminars which it proposes to offer during summer sessions or which it proposes to offer through its Continuing Education.