PD Arrington is a doctoral student in Rhetoric and Composition at Georgia State University. Her dissertation project explores bringing Dr. Maria Montessori's work to the teaching of writing in digital spaces.1 Articles

Michael Day is Professor of English and Director of the First-Year Composition Program at Northern Illinois University. He is a historian/archivist of the Computers and Writing Conference, and has published and presented widely on topics in digital rhetoric and electronic portfolio pedagogy.1 Articles

Dawn is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Writing, Rhetoric, and American Cultures at Michigan State University. She researches the design of communication in clinical settings, with emphasis on design and use of information technology. Find her on Twitter @dawnopel.1 Articles

Beth Godbee is Assistant Professor of English at Marquette University. She studies how collaborative writing talk (and the relationship-building, writing, revision, and rethinking involved in that talk) can bring about more equitable relations for writers and members of their social networks.

Gavin P. Johnson is a PhD student in Rhetoric, Composition, and Literacy at The Ohio State University. His major fields of study include Composition and Digital Media and Queer Rhetorics. In his current research, he uses the DALN to collect, preserve, and analyze the literacy narratives of Black Queer social activists of Columbus. He earned his MA in Rhetoric and Composition from NC State University in 2015, and he is originally from southeast Louisiana.1 Articles

Mark is a PhD student in Technical Communication & Rhetoric at Texas Tech University. He teaches online and traditional classes in composition and literature for Gulf Coast State College. His research and scholarly interests include online education, writing program administration, sexual harassment, digital embodiment, material rhetoric, and Fourth-Wave Feminism. Mark also works in SEO and social media for an internet marketing firm.1 Articles

Steven Alvarez is an Assistant Professor of Writing, Rhetoric, and Digital Studies at the University of Kentucky.

Melissa Rogers is a PhD candidate in Women's Studies at the University of Maryland. Her dissertation explores queer feminist cultural production and creative practice.1 Articles

Elisa Findlay is a PhD student in the Composition and Rhetoric program in the department of English at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. She is the current co-Assistant Director of the First-Year Writing Program.1 Articles

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