Meet Victoria and Thomas. Both are college professors. Both have families, active social lives and calendars full of civic obligations. Both of them are incredibly busy at work. However, one is thriving, and one is drowning.
Victoria is thriving. She is organized, loves teaching and earns near-perfect student evaluations. Her students are learning, and it shows. She publishes several articles each year, is writing a book and is on track to earn tenure. She serves on several university committees, meets all deadlines and never drops balls.
Thomas, on the other hand, is drowning. He loses students’ assignments. His students complain about his lack of organization and focus. He complains about having too much administrative work to do. He misses deadlines, which results in constant complaints from administrators. He is a good instructor but could easily be an excellent instructor.
Is Victoria more intelligent than Thomas? No. Is Victoria more dedicated than Thomas? Not necessarily. Is Victoria savvier than Thomas? Why yes, she is. Victoria knows that she is not Superwoman and cannot nurture her family, her career and her community responsibilities without help. That’s why she hired a virtual academic assistant.
And that’s why Linnie Carter & Associates LLC (LCA) just added a new service to help people like Victoria and Thomas. LCA handles college instructors’ administrative duties so they can focus on what’s most important – their students.
Instructors, if you would rather write articles than create PowerPoint presentations, rather meet with students than manage your Blackboard site and rather attend a student theater production than develop your course syllabi, then LCA can help you. We’ll take care of those PowerPoint presentations, Blackboard sites and syllabi.
Think you can’t afford this service? You can. Recognizing that college instructors are underpaid, our fees are economical. And, if you can relate to Thomas, you cannot afford to ignore what we can do for you.
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