Writing Spaces Announces Editorial Transition
Driscoll, Stewart, and Vetter are working closely with former editors Charlie Lowe and Pavel Zemliansky, and production editor and publisher David Blakesley, to ensure the continued success and sustainability of this project, and its contribution to open access writig pedagogy. The transition team's immediate focus will be on Writing Spaces volumes 3 and 4.
Dr. Dana Lynn Driscoll is an Associate Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she teaches in the Composition and Applied Linguistics graduate program. While completing her PhD at Purdue, she served as the Purdue OWL’s Coordinator and Technical Coordinator; this work solidified her interest in supporting Open Educational Resources for writing pedagogy. Her scholarly interests include composition pedagogy, writing centers, writing transfer and writerly development, research methodologies, writing across the curriculum, and writing assessment. Her work has appeared in journals such as Writing Program Administration, Assessing Writing, Computers and Composition, Composition Forum, Writing Center Journal, and Teaching and Learning Inquiry. Her co-authored work with Sherry Wynn Perdue won the International Writing Center Association’s 2012 Outstanding Article of the Year Award. She has served on the CCCC Executive Board, CCCC Research Impact Award Committee, and on numerous editorial boards in the field.
Dr. Mary K. Stewart is an Assistant Professor and the Assessment Coordinator for the English Department at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. She earned her PhD in Education from University of California-Davis, with a designated emphasis in Writing, Rhetoric, and Composition Studies. She also holds an MA in Literature and a BA in English. Her research, which is primarily qualitative, focuses on collaborative and interactive learning, blended and online writing instruction, composition pedagogy, and teaching with technology. Her work has appeared in journals such as Computers and Composition, Composition Forum, The Internet and Higher Education, and Journal of Response to Writing. For more information, visit her website: http://www.marykstewart.com/
Dr. Matthew A. Vetter is an Assistant Professor of English at Indiana University of Pennsylvania and affiliate faculty in the Composition and Applied Linguistics PhD Program. A scholar in writing, rhetoric, and digital humanities, his research explores how technologies shape writing and writing pedagogy. Vetter’s work has appeared in College English, Composition Studies, Computers and Composition Online, the Digital Rhetoric Collaborative, Harlot, Technoculture, Pedagogy, Hybrid Pedagogy, and publications sponsored by the Wiki Education Foundation. Vetter also serves as an Associate Editor at Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy. Check out Matt's digital portfolio at http://www.mattvetter.net