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Teaching Online: Tips and Advice

No matter what books and resources you choose for your class, teaching online and with online tools offers unique and invigorating challenges. This section of the Writing Online Web Site offers links to tips, articles, academic journals, and news sites that will be of help to teachers. If you discover or create a resource that would be useful here, get in touch and I'll link to it.


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Tips and Opinions


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Chronicle of Higher Education Pieces on Teaching with Technology

To access the essays listed below the first two links, you need a username and password for the Chronicle's web site. If you don't subscribe to the Chronicle, check to see if your campus library has a site license. If so, and if you are accessing these pages from your campus systems, you can use your library's site license's username and password. For information on subscribing directly to the Chronicle, consult their Information Page.


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Journals and News for Teachers


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Discussions

  • The ACW-L Email List frequently discusses teaching with techology, how to use or find appropriate technology, and technology and scholarship. The list is sponsored by the Alliance for Computers and Writing.
  • WCenter Online Discussion focuses on Writing Center issues, but frequently these involve technology and pedagogy issues such as responding to writing via email, doing conferences online, and creating web pages for use in teaching.
  • Techwr-L (Technical Writing List) includes among its members both teachers and practicing technical writers. Discussions include teaching with technology. Also, this is a good list to be on if you want to get a sense of the technical writing field, either for helping you to teach or for advanced students who are considering a technical writing career.
  • Teachers.net Mailrings lets you choose from a number of email discussions, including high school, higher education, web page building, and other useful topics. The page offers an easy subscribing interface so you can try many lists at once. Bookmark the page, however, so you can get back to it for unsubscribing instructions when you need them.
  • NCTE Conversation Lists are email discussion lists hosted by the National Conference of Teachers of English. Discussions on many of these lists frequently include teaching with technology.


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