WorldLiterate is a new resource for readers and writers everywhere. It is an invitation to discover the many worlds of literature and a forum for exploring stories that matter. I encourage you to join the community and participate.
At WorldLiterate -you can download a literary classic, -you can access a wealth of literary criticism, -you can discover material to support your own lectures, lesson plans or school projects, -you can listen to a poem via podcast, -you can unearth more about your favorite authors, -you can visualize the world with maps and timelines, -you can support your writing with helpful writing resources, -you can watch videos of accomplished writers, -you can access documentaries and films, -you can catch up on the latest debates in the digital humanities and education.
You are welcome to join the WorldLiterate community and participate. My hope is that it will reflect the dynamism, inspiration, and talent of all of us collectively. Simply click “follow” (on the right side of this post) and you will receive notifications of new WorldLiterate posts. You can add suggestions and your own reflections by clicking anytime on the “Leave a Comment” box (at the top of each post). The content of WorldLiterate is composed of a growing body of resources that are open and accessible to all.
Welcome to WorldLiterate!