Countless resources exist to support collegiate teachers of writing in every discipline. Check out our Writer Guides, too, including advice by Cadet Writing Fellows.
CompPile: A definitive index for publications in writing studies from 1939 to the present. Digests on a range of topics (including assessment, placement, curriculum, and basic writers) orient you to basic questions in the field.
CCCC: The Conference on College Composition and Communication is the field's leading scholarly and professional organization. See informative statements on a host of issues, including teaching veteran writer, basic principles for teaching writing in college, and writing assessment.
**Reflective Cover Letters: Asking students to attach reflective cover letters to writing assignments, especially major ones, can encourage them to feel more ownership of their development as writers and to grow into more perceptive, self-aware critics of their own writing process and products. By helping faculty target feedback as well, they can ultimately result in more efficient and effective teaching. On Writing Reflective Cover Letters PDF
Harvard College Writing Program: Useful for students and faculty alike. Harvard Writes includes compelling accounts of faculty in the sciences and humanities as well as detailed tutorials on composing effective arguments. The Harvard Writing Project presents longform and brief writing guides for disciplines like biology, history, economics, philosophy, English, and psychology. The Harvard College Writing Center has guides on the fundamental elements of all academic writing .
Dartmouth Institute for Writing and Rhetoric: Especially helpful materials for first-year student writers to orient them to collegiate expectations. Plentiful resources, too, for faculty teaching First-Year Composition or really any writing-intensive course (see, for instance, Diagnosing and Responding to Student Writing.
The Purdue Online Writing Lab (OWL): A venerable and comprehensive archive; drill down deeply into the headings, especially Subject-Specific Writing and English as a Second Language, to access thorough, exceptionally-detailed resources.