The following resources provide guidance for teaching writing in synchronous and asynchronous online formats.
This document, adapted from a resource created by Stanford University, contains links and advice for technological and pedagogical approaches related to moving courses online quickly using Moravian’s Zoom and Canvas platforms.
Books and Articles
- Borgman, Jessie, & McArdle, Casey. (2019). Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic: Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors. Practices & Possibilities. The WAC Clearinghouse; University Press of Colorado.
- Bourelle, Tiffany, Rankins-Robertson, Sherry, Bourelle, Andrew, Roen, Duane. (2013). Assessing learning in redesigned online first-year composition courses. In McKee, Heidi A. & DeVoss, Danielle N. (Eds.), Digital writing assessment & evaluation. Computers and Composition Digital Press/Utah State University Press.
- Hewett, Beth L., and DePew, Kevin Eric (Eds.). (2015). Foundational Practices of Online Writing Instruction. Perspectives on Writing. The WAC Clearinghouse; Parlor Press.
- Litterio, L. M. (2018). Uncovering student perceptions of a first-year online writing course. Computers and Composition, 47, 1–13.
- Rendahl, M., & Breuch, L.-A. K. (2013). Toward a complexity of online learning: Learners in online first-year writing. Computers and Composition, 30(4), 297–314.
- Warnock, Scott. (2009). Teaching writing online: How and why. National Council of Teachers of English.