Engage classes as a guest faculty

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Chitra1980

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India-Hindi and English
Hi,
"She engaged undergraduate classes as a Guest faculty in the Department of Physics." Is the word "engage" rightly used here for a guest lecturer or should it be "led" classes? Engage "in" the department or "at" the department "as a Guest faculty" or "as a Guest faculty member"?
Please explain the reason for this also.
Thanks.
(Note: the person is a guest lecturer or part of guest faculty who has been taking classes in the department. These lines are part of a teaching experience certificate. )
 
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  • Chitra1980

    Member
    India-Hindi and English
    The person mentioned in this line is a guest lecturer or part of guest faculty who has been taking classes in the department. This line is part of a teaching experience certificate.
    Perhaps you could explain the context and the meaning you want to convey
     

    Glasguensis

    Signal Modulation
    English - Scotland
    I would use “taught” rather than “engaged”, and it does indeed need to be “guest faculty member” or “guest lecturer”.
     
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