Composition Reading Bank is a repository of links to freely available texts …
Composition Reading Bank is a repository of links to freely available texts that replaces a traditional reader for Composition courses.
This Reading Bank is meant to be an ongoing collaborative project; users should contact Nick Lakostik at firstname.lastname@example.org if they have ideas for freely accessible texts that would be good additions to the Reading Bank. A summary of what the text is about and how it is or could be useful in your Composition course would also be appreciated. Please also send information about broken links to the same email address.
A link to this resource on the Columbus State Community College Library's web page is:
Except where otherwise indicated, the Composition Reading Bank by Rachel Brooks-Pannell, Shawn Casey, Rebecca Fleming, and Nick Lakostik at Columbus State Community College is licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. This license does not extend to the contents of external web pages.
This anthology is an online collection of short fiction created to serve …
This anthology is an online collection of short fiction created to serve as an accessible and affordable option for college-level introduction to fictions courses. It is part of a growing movement to promote OERs (Open Educational Resources) in order to reduce textbook costs for students. The fiction included in this anthology represents a diverse selection of authors from the nineteenth century to today, and it also contains support material including an introduction, key concepts, literary terminology and literary theories.
Welcome to Writing in Context, a composition course rhetoric that supports teaching …
Welcome to Writing in Context, a composition course rhetoric that supports teaching college writing in the context of academic disciplines and professions. This Open Educational Resource (OER) eBook incorporates the pedagogies, or teaching methods, of Teaching for Transfer (TFT) and Writing About Writing (WAW) while supporting students’ studying and applying knowledge domains of writing (Beaufort) in their composition course(s), as well as any other contexts for writing to include their other classes, workplaces, communities, and personal lives.