|aTeaching writing online :|bhow and why /|cScott Warnock.
|aUrbana, Ill. :|bNational Council of Teachers of English,|cc2009.
|axxvi, 235 p. :|bill. ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aIntroduction : Migrating to online writing instruction : how, why, and who -- Getting started : developing your online personality -- Online or hybrid? -- Tech tools and strategies : use only what you need -- Course lessons and content : translating teaching styles to the OW course -- The writing course syllabus : what's different in online instruction? -- Organization : redundancy, and helping students and you keep things straight -- Readings : lots of online options, but the book is not dead! -- Conversation : online, course talk can become writing -- Assignments : online, student texts drive them -- Peer review : help students help each other -- Response : give lots of feedback without burning out -- Grading : should it change when you teach online? -- Pacing and predictability : help students get comfortable in the OW course -- Collaboration : working in virtual groups -- Intellectual property : plagiarism, copyright, and trust -- Virtual teaching circles : leveraging teacher time and effort -- Course assessment : taking steps toward knowing how well we are doing -- Resources : a world of help out there -- Afterword : Teaching writing with technology : a personality-driven endeavor -- Appendixes : Teaching materials. Sample syllabus -- Sample weekly plan -- A sample message board conversation -- Weblog assignment.
|aEnglish language|xRhetoric|xStudy and teaching (Higher)|xComputer-assisted instruction.
|aCollege students|xEffect of technological innovations on.