Dr. Kristine L. Blair is Professor and Chair of the Department of English at Bowling Green State University, where she has taught undergraduate courses in classroom technologies, language arts, and a fully online writing course for adult learners; and doctoral-level courses in computer-mediated writing theory and scholarly publishing. The author of nearly 70 articles, book chapters, proceedings, reviews, and online publications on gender and technology, electronic portfolios, the politics of online communication, and cultural studies pedagogies, her work has appeared in such journals as Feminist Teacher, College Composition and Communication, MLA Profession, Computers and Composition, Pedagogy, the Community Literacy Journal, Journal of Literacy and Technology, The Journal of Educational Technology, Kairos, and numerous edited volumes. In addition, she has co-edited two collections on gender and technology, co-authored three textbooks, and co-authored a monograph in Towson University Press' National Center for Curricular Transformation for Women. She has served as editor of Computers and Composition Online since 2002 and assumed editorship of Computers and Composition print in 2011. In 2004 and 2009, she was named the Outstanding Contributor to Graduate Education by the BGSU Graduate Student Senate, in 2007 she received the Technology Innovator Award from the Conference on College Composition and Communication's 7Cs Committee, and in 2010 she received the Computers and Composition Charles Moran Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Field.