Adjunct Training Checklist
- PioneerWeb - Log into PioneerWeb and access your class list
- Canvas - Log into Canvas to post course materials online
- Zoom - Download and Log into DU's ZOom to meet synchronously with your students
- Resources -Click on the Faculty Resources page for instructional videos for teaching and learning online
Logging in; setting up security question and password: http://pioneerweb.du.edu
Password: mmddyy (Date of birth with two-digit year first time you log in; if you have your password re-set use your four-digit year of birth mmddyyyy)
Accessing Class Lists via PioneerWeb
Log into PioneerWeb http://pioneerweb.du.edu
Click on MyWeb
Click on Expand MyWeb Menu
Click on Faculty and Advisors
Click on Course Toolkit
Click on Detail Class List or Photo Class Roster
Select a Term: Fall Semester 2018, e.g.
Log into CanvasCanvasUse the same credentials to log into Canvas as PioneerWeb, above. f you're still using TWEN, please contact Jessica Hogan at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in transitioning to Canvas
ZoomLog into DU's Zoom using your DU email as your username (e.g., firstname.lastname@DU.edu) and the same password and PioneerWeb and Canvas above. Instructions for downloading and logging into DU's Zoom.
ResourcesClick on the Resources for Teaching Online @ Denver Law page for instructional videos.
- Advance Assignments
- Taping a Class for student review.
- Classroom AV Assistance
- Need Tech Help?- Contact Us
Experiential Advantage and Modern Learning
The University of Denver provides students the opportunity to participate in the Experiential Advantage Curriculum (EA). It allows students to spend a full year of their law school career in real or simulated legal practice. The EA Curriculum combines live client clinics, high-quality externships (including our new Semester in Practice Externship), and legal simulation courses. DU views adjuncts as integral to providing a full range of EA courses. In fact, it is our hope that ultimately every adjunct will make their class an EA course. This will provide greater options for our students and allows adjuncts to highlight their greatest strength – their real-world knowledge of their fields. Visit the EA website.
Some adjuncts may also want to convert their course to what DU refers to as a CIC course. CIC stands for Carnegie Integrated Course. These courses are highly experiential, with a focus on simulating real legal situations, developing advanced research and writing skills, fostering professionalism, and enhancing oral advocacy skills. The Modern Learning Committee is in charge of promoting and helping professors develop CIC courses. Adjuncts who are interested in creating CIC courses can learn more by contacting Roberto Corrada, the Mulligan Burleson Chair in Modern Learning at email@example.com.
Finally, professors can view examples of Course Portfolios for innovative experiential courses by visiting the Educating Tomorrow’s Lawyers website. This site contains professors’ syllabi, activities, sample exams, videos of the professors discussing their experiential courses, and many more resources.
Contact Jessica Hogan (telephone 303-871-6131) for questions about any of the training materials on this page.