The following resources provide guidance for teaching writing in synchronous and asynchronous online formats.
Teaching Effectively During Times of Disruption, Moravian Edition
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.
Online Writing Instruction Community
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.