The Online Literacies Open Resource (OLOR) includes multiple series of publications treating online literacy instruction (OLI), theory and practice. We encourage submissions that make creative use of multimedia, including screen shots and video captures. We like ideas that are fresh and that might provide a new teaching strategy or technique, even for seasoned online writing instructors.
GSOLE's Peer-Reviewed Publications
Basic OLI Resources
Online literacy instruction (OLI) theory and practice, including both Online Writing Instruction (OWI) and online literacy tutoring, are central concerns of GSOLE. These pedagogical topics are crucial for online instruction across the disciplines, as all online students learn through reading (onscreen and off), writing multi-modal texts, and composing digital documents. The resources below can help instructors who are just starting to teach online or those who want to learn more about how others do it.