The title pretty much says it all. Just wanted to know what strategies you online instructors have, what areas might be in particular need of instruction (I'm qualified to teach paralegal, business law, probably some criminology courses). My corporation, whom I discussed in a previous thread under the title "My Corporation's Horror Story" has recently laid me (and just about everyone else in my level of lower-level management/overhead) off. No surprise there, I told you all it was likely coming. So, with but a few months cushion before I must start tapping into the 401K (which has thankfully vested), I'd like to know if you know of many online teaching opportunities that I might pursue to cushion the financial fall while I try to find out what to do from this point onward. __________________________________________________ My CV at-a-glace: JD - University of Arizona MBA - University of Massachusetts (taking 15th and 16th credits this semester--40% through program) 10 years member of Bar: nothing spectacular, no flashy cases 2+ years teaching as an adjunct at small university and CC; I'm teaching my 9th college course this semester. I get great evals--just about the best on campus--from students, and could get my Asst Dean to vouch for this, think I could make it translate into online studies as well. __________________________________________________ Well, what do you all think? Where do I start?