Department of English

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Graduate Course Preference Form

Graduate Course Preference Form 2018-2019
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The Program Committee of Graduate English will meet early in the fall term to put together the curriculum for the following year. At that time, the committee reviews your selection of course preferences, including "repeat course" proposals and proposals for new courses. The Program Committee may request revisions before new proposals are presented for governance approval to the Graduate Council and the FAS Graduate Curriculum Committee.

Please offer a choice of at least TWO COURSES. The Program Committee tries to provide a wide range of courses across the program's designated fields. While programmatic needs may determine which course is selected, please be sure to rank your preferences clearly in the "Additional Comments" section below.

Repeat course proposals: Although it is vital for the department to have a vibrant and up-to-date selection of courses, you may propose one or two repeat course proposals from previous years as your stated preferences. The course title and description must match the version that received formal governance approval. A description may be updated by appending an extra paragraph or a few sentences for inclusion on the department website. The "Course Reading List" and the "Course Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements" can be amended from year to year. Please include the updated versions of these sections in your submission and also please add five or six "Learning Outcomes" appropriate to the course.

Courses not taught within the past five years require re-activation and governance approval.

New course proposals: The committee welcomes new course proposals. FAS limits the approved course description for new courses to 200 words and the course title to 60 characters including spaces (with a 30-character ROSI short-title). Be sure to keep the official description within the word limit. You can append (and later amend) a more specific second paragraph, if you wish. Include a "Course Reading List," "Course Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements," and "Learning Outcomes" for the committee to review. These sections are not included in the word limit. Course descriptions that give our students insight into critical approach and methodology in addition to writers and texts are especially helpful in ensuring robust enrollments.

Anticipated leaves: If you are planning a full-year leave in 2018-19, please simply fill in your name and check the leave box. If you are planning a half-year leave, please check that box.  Faculty with half-leaves normally are ineligible for graduate teaching during that year but should still complete the form to indicate interest in graduate teaching (you may be considered if we need extra courses to achieve coverage).  Moreover, given that people's leave plans often change over the year, it is useful to have information on file that will allow the Graduate Program to revisit staffing arrangements as needed.

 


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INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION
Given Names:
Surname:
Are you eligible and applying for full-year sabbatical leave (or other leave) in 2018-2019?
YesNo
Are you eligible and applying for half-year sabbatical leave (or other leave) in 2018-2019? If yes, give details in ADDITIONAL COMMENTS.
YesNo
Are you applying for a fellowship with a release time stipend, or another form of visitorship or research leave, for 2018-2019? If yes, give details in ADDITIONAL COMMENTS.
YesNo
REPEAT COURSE PROPOSAL(s)
List courses already taught for Graduate English that you would like to repeat. (Provide COURSE CODES, TITLES, and the YEARS/SEMESTERS that each course was taught):
1st Repeat Course Description (use this form to easily attach an existing document or pdf to this submission):
2nd Repeat Course Description (use this form to easily attach an existing document or pdf to this submission):
NEW COURSE PROPOSAL(S)
The description will be used by the Program Committee, the Graduate Council, and the Website Administrator. To submit a new course proposal, please fully complete this section.
New Course (no. 1) Title:
New Course Field (no. 1) (if more than one field, list in space below):
New Course Other Applicable Fields (no. 1):
New Course Description (no. 1) (Maximum 200 Words):
New Course Reading List (no. 1):
New Course Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements (no. 1):
New Course Learning Outcomes (no.1):
New Course (no. 2) Title:
New Course Field (no. 2) (if more than one field, list in space below):
New Course Other Applicable Fields (no. 2):
New Course Description (no 2.) (Maximum 200 Words):
New Course Reading List (no.2):
New Course Method of Evaluation and Course Requirements (no. 2):
New Course Learning Outcomes (no. 2):
SCHEDULING INFORMATION
Scheduling Information: Please note that initially you are being asked to indicate only preferred TERM and SEMINAR LENGTH. A selection form for DATES and TIMES will be circulated later.
This information is used to schedule both REPEAT and NEW Courses. The Department recognizes changes may occur.
Requested Term - Rank in order of preference
  Fall   Spring   Summer 
Requested Term (use this space to write in multiple terms if you cannot select above):
Requested Seminar Length (select one):
Additional Comments
Additional Comments or Information (please also use this box to rank your courses by teaching preference):
 

To submit this form, AFTER you have completed the information, click the "Preview" button.  This will open a preview screen.  If satisfied with your answers, complete click "submit."  The form will then be automatically forwarded to the Graduate English office.
MAC USERS: Please note that some versions of MAC OS block the confirmation reply from this program.  If that happens, please email Marguerite Perry at marguerite.perry@utoronto.cafor direct confirmation of your submission.

If you have any questions, suggestions, problems, or comments regarding this form, please contact Marguerite Perry at
marguerite.perry@utoronto.ca or 416-978-2526.


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