We live in a world where the impetus to teach writing online is no longer just one of convenience or economic necessity. In the era of Covid-19, it has become a public health imperative – one that has begun to foster not only a wave of interesting new practices, but also a variety of questions about the future of writing instruction. This edited collection will feature writers who share their experiences teaching writing at the college level in creative ways in hybrid, blended, and online/remote/virtual environments. For this edited collection, we invite the voices of both very experienced online teachers of writing as well as more novice online teachers. We are interested in both stories of important successes as well as unforeseen problems and difficulties. All essays should reference the latest research in online teaching and writing. We are in conversations with the senior editor at Peter Lang who is interested in issuing a contract for this book. This book will be edited by Laura Gray-Rosendale and Steven Rosendale.
Please send a brief abstract (250 words) as well as a short biographical statement to Laura.Gray-Rosendale@nau.edu by October 15, 2020.
Dr. Laura Gray-Rosendale
Northern Arizona University