«Kristi Apostel is an online writing tutor for Smarthinking, Inc. A former executive director for an environmentally based non-profit, Kristi received ...»
Kristi Apostel is an online writing tutor for Smarthinking, Inc. A former
executive director for an environmentally based non-profit, Kristi
received her MA in English from Clemson University. She recently
completed the Instructor’s Manual for The DK Handbook and has
taught as an English and writing instructor at several colleges and
universities in both Georgia and Michigan. Kristi has previously
collaborated with Shawn on teaching digital portfolio classes and
presenting writing across the curriculum research.
Shawn Apostel is a PhD candidate at Michigan Technological University; he works at the local City Hall to enhance and promote the historic downtown in which their Depression-era home is located in Houghton, Michigan. Shawn received his MA in Professional Communication from Clemson University, where he served as a research assistant for Art Young. He teaches multimodal composition, graphic design, and publication management. Shawn has previously collaborated with Kristi on teaching digital portfolio classes and presenting writing across the curriculum research.
Anthony T. Atkins is an assistant professor at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington where he currently serves as the composition coordinator. He teaches courses and conducts research in professional communication, writing and technology, document design, video and composing, composition theory, and rhetorical theory. He serves on the editorial board for Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy and serves on the executive board for the Carolina affiliate of Writing Program Administrators (WPA).
Cheryl Ball teaches and studies new media reading, composing, and evaluation strategies, especially as they relate to digital scholarship.
She has a PhD in Rhetoric and Technical Communication from Michigan Tech and an MFA in Poetry from Virginia Commonwealth University. Ball has published in Computers and Composition, Composition Studies, Convergence, Fibreculture, and Computers and Composition Online. She is editor of Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Her online portfolio can be found at http://www.ceball.com.
Kristine Blair is professor and chair of the Department of English at Bowling Green State University, where she has taught undergraduate courses in classroom technologies and language arts, and fully online writing courses for adult learners. Blair has also taught doctoral-level courses in computer-mediated writing theory, research methodologies, and online pedagogies. The author of numerous publications on gender and technology, electronic portfolios, the politics of online communication, and cultural studies pedagogies, she currently serves as editor of the journal Computers and Composition Online. In 2