Administrative Policies and Guidelines
The faculty compensation guidelines for undergraduate and graduate faculty teaching online courses may be found on EagleNet at https://eaglenet.cn.edu/provost/Documents/Chairs and Deans/Pay Guidelines.doc
Intellectual Property Policy
Online curriculum that is designed and developed by a faculty member for a Carson-Newman course will be the property of Carson-Newman unless otherwise determined and agreed upon, in writing, by the Provost and the faculty member. Compensation for a new course which will be used by several faculty may be eligible for a development stipend.
Employee Information Technology Use Policy
Each full-time and part-time employee, including adjunct professors, are subject to the conditions in the Employee Information Technology Use and Security Policies. Current policies can be found at: www.cn.edu/it.
Federal, and State Policies
The instructor may not use copyrighted material without proper clearance. Obtaining clearance to use copyrighted material is the responsibility of the instructor.
Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, as amended (FERPA), Carson-Newman is restricted in releasing student information without the consent of the student. FERPA also gives the student the right to inspect his or her education records, and to place additional limits on the disclosure of those records. More Information