The Best of the Best . . . Check Out Writing Commons for Your Research and Writing Class!

Do you require writing and research in your college-level course?  If so, do you know about Writing Commons?  This free, comprehensive, peer-reviewed, award-winning Open Text is designed to meet the needs of students and faculty in college-level courses that require writing and research.

Interested?  Read more about How to Use Writing Commons here.

This month, as Writing Commons celebrates the works of its authors, you are invited to vote on the Aaron Swartz Award for the Best Writing Commons Webtext in 2013.  During December, 2013, the Writing Commons staff independently voted on the top 10 webtexts published last year. Subsequently, the Editorial Board and Review Board voted on these 10 finalists, whittling down the top ten nominations to a list of six webtexts for 2013.

Vote on this award before 1/31/14.

Even if you don’t vote, you might want to check out the nominees for your own classroom use . . . or for your own professional learning!

While you are looking at the page, you also might check out the most popular webtexts on the site, including

Literary Criticism, Writing Processes, Using First Person in an Academic Essay: When is it Okay?, Formatting a Works Cited Page (MLA), and How to Write an Engaging Introduction

2 thoughts on “The Best of the Best . . . Check Out Writing Commons for Your Research and Writing Class!

    • Dear Carol,

      I agree! I was not familiar with this site– I wish I had known about it when I was teaching the research paper class!

      Thank you for the wonderful comment!

      Jennifer

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