Category: OWL for Educators

Giving A Hoot About Being Duped

How To Use The OWL To Help Students Navigate Source Credibility By Elizabeth Johnson, PhD In 2015, Oxford Dictionaries awarded the term “post truth” as word of the year, defending their choice by arguing that “post-truth has gone from being a peripheral term...

Spring Is in the Air and the New OWL Has Sprung!

A guest post by Michelle Abeyta Across the country, spring is blooming. Each morning, one is greeted by birds singing, bees buzzing, trees sprouting new leaves, flowers budding, and the grass growing longer and greener. Spring provides the world with a refreshed state...

Replacing Your Writing Textbook

Open Educational Resources can be a little daunting for teachers. It’s hard to know what’s out there, and once you figure that out, it’s hard to know how to use the resources. If you’re a teacher or a professor and you struggle to...