2018-2019 Faculty Handbook

Quick Reference

This section will provide you with answers to frequently asked questions. Everyone at CF stands ready to assist you in any way possible. If you need assistance, please do not hesitate to call your department staff assistant, the instructional supervisor over your area, the Professional Development Office staff, or the vice president for Academic Affairs.

First and Last Week of Classes

First Week of Class

Look for an email notification after the add/drop period (approximately the fifth day of the semester) to:

  1. print out latest class roster (see Access to Schedule, Class List (Class Roster), and Grade Entry)
  2. complete Attendance Verification (see Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty section).

Give the department staff assistant a copy of your syllabus and door schedule:

  1. syllabus (see Appendix B on page 82 or https://inside.cf.edu/forms/faculty.htm for a syllabus template)
  2. faculty door schedule (https://inside.cf.edu/forms/faculty.htm).

Check your mail box, CF email and Canvas email on a regular basis for communication from staff and students. The department staff assistant will show you where your mailbox is located. CF email and Canvas email can be accessed through the CF website.

Last Week of Class

  • Submit final grades by the due date on the Academic Calendar. See Calendars at https://inside.cf.edu/.
  • See Posting/Submitting Final Grades.
  • Give the grade “book” and attendance record to staff assistant.

General Information

Academic Calendar

See https://inside.cf.edu/. Select Academic Calendar.

Access to Schedule, Class List (Class Roster) and Grade Entry

  • Go to http://www.cf.edu.
  • At right top, click on CF Login.
  • Click on myCF.
  • Login using your CF ID No. and your password (the first time your password is your two-digit birth month, and two-digit birth day (i.e., July 22 would be 0722).
  • Click on the Faculty tab.
  • On the right you will see a box Faculty Tasks. On that same page, see Bookmarks for important information and video tutorials .

See Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty section for further information on:

Adjunct Faculty Information

See Resources, PDC Services.

Admissions and Registration Calendar

Go to Calendars at https://inside.cf.edu/. Select Admissions and Registration Calendar.

CF Intranet

Access of the CF intranet from home can be done using the VMware virtual desktop client.

CF Printing and Postal Services

See Resources, CF Postal Services and CF Printing Services. Please see your departmental staff assistant before making large number of copies.

Computer and Teaching Station Assistance

If you need assistance with the automated teaching station in a classroom, either email Ithelp@cf.edu or call the Information Technology Help Desk at 352-854-2322, ext. 1378. You may also request a technician to meet with you for a demonstration (by appointment). Laminated directions are at each station.

Door Schedules

At http://inside.cf.edu/forms/index.html click on Faculty/Student Specific under Form Types. Click on Faculty Door Schedule with Instructions.

Early Support Program (ESP)

See Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty section, Early Support Program (ESP).

Email Instructions

See Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty section, Email.

Equal Access/Equal Opportunity

See Important Information for Students, Employees and Guests.

Faculty/Student Specific Forms

See https://inside.cf.edu. Click on Forms/Faculty Student Specific.

Keys

If needed, keys to classrooms/labs are ordered for each faculty member. The staff assistant (or assigned person) will ask you to sign a receipt form and personally give you the key.

Messages

It is essential that students be able to contact their instructors. College telephone numbers and college email addresses should be included on the syllabus and first-day handouts. Students may also call the staff assistant to leave messages. All messages will be placed in the faculty member's mailbox.

Name Badges

A name badge will be ordered for you, if you don’t already have one. When the badge comes in, it will be placed in your mailbox.

Office Supplies

Supplies are available in your department. If you need supplies, please see the departmental staff assistant.

Parking

To obtain a parking decal and faculty identification card, go to the Campus Security Building (next to the Bryant Student Union at the Ocala Campus). If an instructor must drive a different vehicle on occasion, an additional parking permit may be obtained from the Office of Public Safety, or the instructor may print and complete a one-day parking permit and post it in the windshield (see https://inside.cf.edu/forms/AF-PS5_Special_Parking_Permit.pdf).

Pay Dates

Checks are issued on the 15th and the last day of each month. The Direct Deposit Authorization form can be found on the intranet, if you wish to have your checks directly deposited to your checking/savings account.

Photocopying

See Resources, Photocopying.

Professional Development Center

See Resources, Professional Development Center.

Public Safety/Security

Ocala Campus

  • If you have a room problem or room conflict, call 352-854-2322, ext. 1716.
  • Public Safety/Security or emergency, 352-873-5841.

Citrus Campus

  • 352-746-6721, ext. 6135 or 352-414-6192, CF cell for Evening Coordinator

Levy Campus

  • 352-493-9533 (until 7 p.m.)
  • Security at front desk until 9 p.m.

See Appendix G for Safety Procedures.

Security of Facilities and Equipment

See Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty, Security of Facilities and Equipment.

Syllabus

See Role and Responsibility of Teaching Faculty, Syllabus. Please ask your department chair/program manager or the lead full-time faculty member to review your syllabus prior to the first day of class. A copy of your syllabus must be given to the staff assistant by the end of the first week of classes and must be ready (preferably uploaded on the portal instead of copied) for the first class session. See https://inside.cf.edu/departments/opd/video_tutorials.htm for Helpful Video Tutorials and Documents and directions on how to upload a syllabus.

Technical Support Specialist

An evening services office is located in the Office of Professional Development, Building 3, Room 117. The office will be open Monday through Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and the staff member on duty, Steve Hill, can be reached at 352-854-2322, ext. 1762.


Telephone Directory

Testing Center

See Procedures, Testing Accommodations: Make-up Tests and/or Tests for Distance Learners and Testing Center — Instructor Responsibilities.

Travel/Professional Development

See Procedures, Travel. You may apply for funding of professional conferences and other kinds of professional travel activities. Requests are evaluated by the Teaching and Learning Institute coordinator.

  1. Faculty currently under contract with CF may apply. All travel must be documented and approved in advance. All forms must be turned in at least three weeks prior to departure.
  2. Adjunct faculty must have taught at CF for at least four semesters (excluding current term). Amount of travel approved will be based on number of classes taught in the past two years at $100 per class, not to exceed $1,000 per trip or $1,000 per adjunct faculty member per year.
  3. To receive travel reimbursement, faculty must submit, within two weeks of return, a follow-up review that outlines the intended evaluation activity to include:
    • brief written review of the conference/workshop/program to be published in “Directions,” the Teaching and Learning Institute journal
    • presentations to colleagues at formal meetings (in-service workshops)
    • informal sharing with colleagues at division/department meetings.

Tuition Waivers

See Resources, Tuition Waivers.