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Online Literacies Open Resource (OLOR)

About OLOR

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

OLOR Effective Practices

OLOR presents effective OLI practices in the form of brief guides developed by experienced OLI educators. 

Research in Online Literacy Education

ROLE includes full-length, peer-reviewed research articles on a variety of topics in OLI and OWI.

OLOR Reviews

Read reviews of current literature on online literacy instruction.

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.

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Just In Time Resources

The Online-Just-in-Time hub connects you to variety of resources accommodating a wide range of experience with online instruction.

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GSOLE's OLI Principles

These updated principles represent GSOLE’s adaptation of the earlier CCCC's OWI Principles, one that educators can apply to a wide range of digitally focused literacy settings.

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CCCC OWI Statement

Many GSOLE members helped develop the original OWI principles (2013) adopted by the Conference on College Composition and Communication and by its parent organization, the National Council for Teachers of English.

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