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Dataset: 1999 National Study of Postsecondary Faculty (NSOPF:99)

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Teaching Undergraduates in U.S. Postsecondary Institutions: Fall 1999

Executive summary figures
Figure A Percentage of instructional faculty and staff who provided instruction to undergraduates, by type of instruction and employment status: Fall 1998
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Figure B Percentage distribution of undergraduate student credit hours assigned to various types of faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Figure C Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught classes for credit at 4-year doctoral institutions, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit and percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, by academic rank and tenure status: Fall 1998
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Figure D Percentage distribution of time spent on various work activities by instructional faculty and staff, by employment status: Fall 1998
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Figure E Percentage of time spent by full-time instructional faculty and staff at 4-year doctoral institutions on undergraduate teaching activities and research and graduate teaching activities, by academic rank: Fall 1998
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Table A Of instructional faculty and staff who taught classes for credit at 4-year doctoral institutions, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit and percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, by employment status and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table B Undergraduate teaching loads of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, by type of institution, academic rank, and tenure status: Fall 1998
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Table C Of instructional faculty and staff who taught undergraduate classes for credit, percentage who used various teaching practices in at least one of their undergraduate classes, by employment status: Fall 1998
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Report figures
Figure 1 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff who were involved in undergraduate instruction, by type of instruction and employment status: Fall 1998
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Figure 2 Percentage of full-time instructional faculty and staff who provided at least one form of instruction to undergraduates and percentage who taught at least one class for credit to undergraduates, by type of institution: Fall 1998
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Report tables
Table 1 Number and percentage distribution of instructional faculty and staff, by employment status and demographic and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 2 Percentage distribution of undergraduate student credit hours assigned to various types of faculty and staff, by type of institution: Fall 1998 not available

Table 3 Percentage of instructional faculty and staff who were involved in undergraduate instruction, by type of instruction, institution, and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 4
Percentage of instructional faculty and staff at 4-year institutions who taught classes for credit, and of those who did, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit and percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 5 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught classes for credit at 4-year institutions, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit and percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, by type of institution, employment status, and demographic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 6 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught classes for credit at 4-year institutions, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit and percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, by type of institution, employment status, and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 8 Percentage of time spent on various work activities by instructional faculty and staff, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 9 Percentage of time spent by full-time instructional faculty and staff on undergraduate teaching activities, graduate teaching activities, and research, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 10 Undergraduate teaching loads of instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998

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Table 11 Number of undergraduate classes taught for credit and number of undergraduate credit hours taught by full-time instructional faculty and staff, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 12 Number of hours per week spent in the classroom teaching undergraduates by full-time instructional faculty and staff, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 13 Number of undergraduate students taught and total number of classroom contact hours with these students by full-time instructional faculty and staff, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 14 Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who had one or more teaching assistants in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 15 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various methods as their primary instructional methods in at least one of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 16 Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various methods as their primary instructional methods in at least one of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 17 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various assignment methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 18 Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various assignment methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 19 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various assessment methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 20 Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various assessment methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998
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Table 21 Of instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various grading methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and employment status: Fall 1998
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Table 22 Of full-time instructional faculty and staff who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who used various grading methods in some or all of their undergraduate classes, by type of institution and academic characteristics of instructional faculty and staff: Fall 1998

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Multivariate tables
Table 7 Among instructional faculty and staff who taught one or more classes for credit at 4-year institutions, percentage who taught at least one undergraduate class for credit, percentage who taught only undergraduate classes for credit, and the adjusted percentages after controlling for the variables listed in the table: Fall 1998
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