Instructify.com: Reviews of Free Teaching Tools for Teachers by Teachers

Written by: Casey Miles

Primary Source: Writing Rhetoric and American Cultures

Instructify.com is chock full of reviews and links to free resources for instructors. While the main demographic seems to be K-12 instructors, there are certainly tools here for college writing courses. The site is a bit clunky and silo-y, but the resources reviewed here are incredibly useful. With close to 1,500 posts there is surely something here for everyone.

I am particularly drawn to the “writing” tag (of course) – instructify.com/tag/writing. This tag features reviews of gems like Let Them Sing it For You, comic strip creators, Vintage Technology, and more. Remember, all the tools and resources featured on Instructify are free.

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Casey Miles
Casey Miles is PhD student in Rhetoric & Writing, with a master’s degree in Digital Rhetoric & Professional Writing. Casey’s research focuses on queer rhetorics, specifically looking at butch ways of knowing, doing, and being in academic spaces, as well as documentary and video composition. Casey continues to work on her documentary series, The Gender Project, which explores gender, gender identity, and sexuality in everyday lives. Follow her on Twitter @soulsmiles