What follows is a list of off-campus teaching resources:
Curricular and lesson planning resources:
The Inkwell: A bank of writing exercises from Florida State University
The Purdue OWL:You probably know this one: The Purdue Online Writing Lab. This is a good online grammar guide– and they now have added resources for teaching online.
Sweetland Center for Writing: This site has it all! There are tons of resources here, from grammar help, to plagiarism resources, to scaffolding, to multimodal help. Be sure to check it out.
Bad Ideas About Writing: An open source textbook with short, accessible readings about common writing misconceptions. Very accessible to both students and instructors.
Personal, Accessible, Responsive, Strategic: Resources and Strategies for Online Writing Instructors: This online book is quite helpful for faculty designing online courses in a personable, accessible way.
Writing Spaces: Volume 2 and Volume 3: These Open Source Textbooks both are extremely helpful resources for both students and faculty in considering rhetorical awareness, discourse community, reflection and teaching for transfer!
Student Journals/ Essay Examples:
Jump+: The Journal for Undergrad Multimedia Projects: A journal for excellent undergrad multimodal work. A great place to find examples, or ask for student submissions
Sonic Society: The best in new audio drama
Stylus: A journal of first year writing from the University of Central Florida (submissions limited to UCF students)