These OWL resources will help instructors use multi-media tools to teach writing. This area includes links to the OWL Podcasts, the OWL Writing Exercises, and the index pages for OWL slide presentations and workshops on writing.
This presentation is designed to teach students techniques and etiquette for effective interviewing when conducting field research for their classes.
The facilitator may use these PowerPoint slides in an interactive presentation to help students understand how to prepare a job acceptance letter. This presentation is ideal for students who are involved in the job search process.
This presentation is designed to introduce your students to the general concepts of invention, or prewriting, and to outline some invention strategies. The slides presented here are designed to aid the facilitator in an interactive presentation on the basics of invention. This presentation is useful for the beginning of a composition course and/or for the beginning of a writing project.
The resources available in this section provide the user with the materials that they would need to hold a writing workshop for graduate students. While these resources do not target a particular kind of writing (e.g., writing for courses, writing for publication, or writing thesis and dissertations), it does provide the needed structure act as a sort of graduate student writing workshop-in-a-box.