a type of binding that uses a strip of durable tape to hold a book together lines that indicate where to trim before a job goes on the collator or other binding equipment, by doing this it allows the operator to still see the trim marks for final trim
Each semester, the College of Letters & Science requests an updated departmental Teaching Report. This report lists Faculty and renewable Academic Staff who have teaching commitments to a department/program, along with the following information:
- Instructor's standard teaching load
- Instructor's planned teaching assignments for the academic year
- Any planned course releases for an instructor in an academic year
The Teaching Report is used to review and audit overall teaching assignments and loads within academic programs. It is designed to assist departments and instructional programs as well as the Dean’s Office in documenting the allocation of faculty and renewable academic staff teaching.
The following Gateway document contains instructions for updating the Teaching Report: L&S Teaching Report . Past copies of teaching reports may be downloaded from Departmental STS folders in Box (folder name = “48-#### Teaching Report”). The primary contact at L&S for the Teaching Report is Amanda Mahr (firstname.lastname@example.org).
An at-will position with no expectation of continued employment, capped at 1,044 hours worked in 26 consecutive bi-weekly payroll periods, nonexempt under the Fair Labor Standards Act, and lasting one year or less (based on the start date of the appointment).
An employee serving a temporary appointment.
TerminatedThis is both a potential motion that can be made by the IRB upon review of a reportable event, as well as a state in ARROW. Studies that are in the terminated state can be forwarded to the end state, Archive, by the IRB submission manager or will be automatically archived after 18 months.
lighter-weight (thinner/pliable) paper consisting of various grades
a shade of a single color or combined colors
Transportation Information Center (TIC)
used to expand the dominant ink to be printed larger-than the less-dominant ink, used to help tight registration on offset printing
(see also Keyline defintion)
see crop marks
finished size after final trim is made