SolBridge Faculty Hub

A collection of tips and guides for new and existing faculty

Websites and online services used at SolBridge

SolBridge main page

Faculty ID login websites

Login ID
Your faculty ID. It's an 8-digit number, starting with a year.

Default password
Given to you with your ID information

Google services login websites

Login ID
You can log in to these sites using your faculty SolBridge email address as your login ID.

Chosen by you when HR asked you to fill out the form to create a new email address.

Other websites

ID: Faculty email address
Password: created by you

See here for MySolBridge guides

ID : Faculty email address
Password: created by you

See here for Turnitin guides

ID & password provided to you as needed

See here for Sedona guides

Course planning

See the following pages for information about planning your courses

All courses require a well-crafted syllabus.

Some The LMS is for sharing course materials, assignments, online exams, grades, etc. and more with students.

Attendance is mandatory and 20% of the grade for all courses.

Grades are very competitive at SolBridge and should be carefully and transparently determined.

For any written work, checking for plagiarism is essential to make the learning environment fair for all.

Courses designated as online only are conducted over Zoom.

The LMS is for sharing course materials, assignments, online exams, grades, etc. and more with students.

A summary of each course - in document form - needs to be produced at the end of the semester.

Some core courses require additional tracking and records as part of the AACSB accreditation process.

Notes for Special Lecturers and Guest Faculty

Important Notes

Faculty ID and Accounts

If you are a Special Lecturer teaching only one or two courses for SolBridge:

  • You likely won't have your own SolBridge faculty ID or Zoom account

  • Your course will be loaded under a regular faculty member's account

  • You can access SAIS, Smart LMS, and the attendance website using the shared ID and password provided to you

Using Zoom

  • If you already have a licensed Zoom account, please use that.
    You can post a meeting link on the Smart LMS.

  • We recommend not using use a personal Zoom account.
    Free accounts are limited to just 40-minute meetings. Ending and restarting a Zoom meeting in the middle of class is quite disruptive.

  • If you don't have access to a licensed Zoom account, we will provide with one shared with another professor.
    We will try our best to avoid overlap between the classes of professors sharing the account. Please do not schedule extra classes or student meetings using this account without first making sure that it is not being used by someone else.

Check the Online Lectures & Zoom page here for more information, including a guide for first-time users.

Who to contact for help

  • Peter Seo, HR Manager,
    ll administrative matters related to visa, invitation letters, documents, contract, payment.

  • Danielle Swanepoel, Director of Academic Planning and Accreditation,
    ll course-related matters such as class schedule, size, mode of delivery (online/offline), syllabus, textbook, access to the LMS and Zoom.

  • Kushal Sharma, Acting Associate Dean of Faculty Management,
    ny other issues related to class and student management and course delivery (e.g., help needed to understand features of the LMS)

Socializing and social media

SolBridge Official

SolBridge's Official FB Page

SolBridge Flea Market

Students' Group

Daejeon Peeps

Expats Living in Daejeon

Join clubs and events, and subscribe to their feed at MySolbridge

MySolBridge is a platform our students and faculty use to get regular updates about school events, important announcements, and to share other news.

One very useful feature of MySolBridge is the possibility to schedule meetings with students easily. This can also be integrated with your calendar app (e.g., Google calendar)

For more information, see the MySolBridge guide here or contact Prof Daniel Corks (

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