|PEER TEACHING REVIEW|
SECURITY: All offices and copy rooms should be locked when unoccupied. Valuables such as purses, wallets and other valuables should be on your person or locked securely. The University assumes no liability for loss of personal property, including your mail. Any unusual circumstances such as broken windows, lost or stolen property, and presence of suspicious individuals should be reported as soon as possible to the University Police, 911, and the Department Administrator, Youngie Yoon (6-7428), Gowen Hall 225.
If you detect an emergency of any kind, please report it:
- Fire or Smoke – If an alarm has not already sounded, pull the manual fire alarm, then evacuate. If a pull station is not nearby, call 911.
- Violence, Criminal Activity or Suspicious Behavior – Call the UW Police Department at 911. If you are calling from a cell phone, ask to be transferred to UWPD.
- Water – Flooding should be reported immediately to Facilities Services at 206-685-1900.
- Elevator Entrapment – Call Facilities Services at 206-685-1900.
- Power Outage – Call Facilities Services at 206-685-1900.
- Other Utility Outages or Interruptions – Call Facilities Services at 206-685-1900.
GOWEN HALL: Outside doors are unlocked from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Saturday, and 12:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. on Sunday. The building is locked on holidays. Custodial Services is responsible for locking/unlocking the doors at the appropriate times.
KEYS: All keys for Asian Languages and Literature are obtained from the Asian Languages and Literature Main Office (GWN 225). Key borrowers must first sign a Key Holder Agreement Form (PDF) and pay a $16 deposit per key issued. The deposit will be refunded to the borrower after the key(s) have been returned. All keys checked out to the borrower must be returned upon termination. See the complete Key Policy (PDF).
- Incoming: Mail is delivered once a day around 10:00 to Gowen Hall's mail room. Staff distributes mail to departmental mailboxes anytime between then and noon.
- Outgoing: The department will pay postage for outgoing mail only if it is associated with your Asian Languages and Literature business-related activities. Outgoing mail may be placed in the labeled inbox located on the counter closest to the door of the Main Office (GWN 225). To be sure it makes the daily mail pickup, it should be in the labeled inbox by 9:00 a.m.
- Autumn Quarter: 9/16 to 12/15
- Winter Quarter: 12/16 to 3/15
- Spring Quarter: 3/16 to 6/15
- Summer Quarter: 6/16 to 8/15 (two-month cycle since instruction is shorter)
You will be paid twice a month, on the 10th and 25th of each month (or the work day closest to these calendar dates) for which you are employed. For work performed between the 16th and the 30th/31st of the month, your paycheck will be issued on the 25th of the same month.
For employees choosing to receive paper paychecks, these are mailed to their home mailing address.
Switching to direct deposit in Workday saves trees and supports sustainability! In addition, it’s easy to do and Workday allows pay to be deposited in up to three different bank accounts. Just go to your Workday employee self-service (ESS) web portal by clicking on the “Sign In To Workday” button on the ISC website, choose the “pay” worklet, and follow the directions included in the payment elections quick guide or read through the more detailed payment elections user guide.
- Have questions about your paychecks?
Check out the paycheck information webpage on the ISC website.
- Want to learn how to use Workday?
See Youngie Yoon if you have additional questions about payroll.
PARKING PERMITS: Parking permit applications are available at Parking Services. For more information visit http://www.washington.edu/admin/parking/purchase.html#PERMFAC.
SOFTWARE COPYRIGHT POLICY: Most software available for use on computers at the University of Washington is protected by Federal copyright laws. Educational institutions are not exempt from the laws covering copyrights. In addition, software is normally protected by a license agreement between the purchaser and the software seller. The software provided through the University for use by faculty, staff, and students may only be used on computing equipment as specified in the various software licenses.
It is the policy of the University to respect the copyright protection given by Federal law to software owners. It is against University policy for faculty, staff, and students to copy or reproduce any licensed software on University computing equipment, except as expressly permitted by the specific software license. Also, faculty, staff, and students may not use unauthorized copies of software on University-owned computers or on personal computers housed in University facilities. Unauthorized use of software is regarded as a serious matter and any such use is without the consent of the University of Washington. For more information please visit: http://www.washington.edu/computing/rules/copyright.html.
COPYRIGHT LAW: Except under certain special conditions, written permission of the copyright holder must be obtained for duplication of any copyrighted material for class use. Please contact Youngie Yoon for more details.
INSTRUCTOR ABSENCES FROM SCHEDULED CLASS MEETINGS: In case of last minute problems or emergencies, please contact the Main Office at 206-543-4996 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, so that a course cancellation notice can be posted in a timely manner. In the event of prolonged absence, please contact the Chair.
- All assistant professors, senior lecturers, lecturers, and TAs must submit all courses to student evaluations.
- Associate professors must submit at least two courses per academic year to evaluation.
- Full professors must submit at least one course per academic year to student evaluation.
PEER TEACHING GUIDELINES: The Department set out the guidelines for peer teaching reviews at the February 2011 faculty meeting. Please refer to the Peer Teaching Review Guidelines (PDF) for more information.