Janine Butler is a PhD candidate in the Rhetoric, Writing, and Professional Communication program at East Carolina University in Greenville, NC and her specializations are accessibility, multimodality, and embodiment. Her dissertation advocates for the integration of captions and subtitles into the space of the videos we create in different academic and professional contexts.1 Articles

Maria Novotny is an Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where she teaches professional and digital writing courses.1 Articles

Jon is an interaction designer and design researcher from Norway. He is currently a visiting Fulbright scholar at the USC School of Cinematic Arts in Los Angeles, doing practice-based research on data visualization.

PhD student in Technical Communication and Rhetoric at Texas Tech University. Interested in accessible design, data visualization/analytics, visual rhetoric, feminism, and community writing.1 Articles

Thomas Bullington is a doctoral candidate with the Department of English at the University of Mississippi. His research interests include 18th century British literature, ecocriticism, and video games as literary texts and pedagogical tools. You can follow his blog "Bowties and Pedagogy" at

Kathryn is an Assistant Professor of English at California State University, Los Angeles. Her research explores the role of narrative in shaping community literacy practices and community engagement partnerships.1 Articles

Wesley Johnson is an English professor in Florida. He teaches courses in composition, literature, and gender studies. His research interests include media studies, gender, film, and disability.1 Articles

Natalia Andrievskikh is Instructor of Global Studies and a PhD Candidate at the Department of Comparative Literature, Binghamton University.

John leads the team behind, an app that offers everything you’ll need for your writing class, all in one friendly, easy-to-use place. He also teaches at the University of Georgia.

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