The Mason English 302 Open Educational Resources Collection is sponsored by the George Mason University Composition Program.
Initial support for this project came from a Mason-4VA Open Educational Resources grant.
At the current time, the English 302 OER collection accepts submissions from present or past instructors of English 302 at George Mason University. We may in the future accept submissions from instructors of similar courses at other institutions, and welcome correspondence from anyone who falls into that category.
The core documents (assignment prompts, activity instructions, etc.) associated with any item submitted to the collection should be either the original work of the submitter or a substantial adaptation, revision, remix, or other reworking of existing OER (from the 302 OER collection or elsewhere) by the submitter. Supporting documents (e.g. background/preparatory readings) may be existing OER, as long as the license allows for distribution through the English 302 OER Collection.
Activities or assignments submitted to the collection should have been tested and revised over the course of at least three terms.
All components of an item submitted to the collection must carry a Creative Commons license. Abstracts and Instructor's Notes will automatically be assigned a CC-BY license. Other files may carry a variety of licenses depending on their role in the submission. All files that include adaptions or remixes of material by someone other than the submitter must carry an attribution statement giving credit to the author(s) of the preexisting material. Please see Licensing and Attribution Guidelines for detailed information about these subjects.
Please see Preparing Your Submission for detailed instructions.
The materials published in the Mason English 302 OER collection are copyright by the authors. Unless otherwise noted by the authors, materials are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license.
The names and email addresses entered in this journal site will be used exclusively for the stated purposes of this journal and will not be made available for any other purpose or to any other party.