Clark Draney ( is a doctoral student in English at Idaho State University. He is currently part of ISU's Gateway Initiative, assisting in the development and teaching of on-line gateway courses. He is also the Online Writing Lab Coordinator for The Writing Center in the Center for Teaching and Learning at ISU. His interests include rhetoric and composition, American literature (especially novels of the Realist period), and computers and composition. His course web sites can be found at

Richard C. Hay ( is a PhD student at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in the Rhetoric and Composition and Professional Writing programs. He is interested in technology in the classroom, postmodern theory, and teacher education. Recently, he was awarded a Graduate School Fellowship and an Excellence in Teaching award at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.

Clay Spinuzzi is an assistant professor in the Division of Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Texas at Austin, where he serves as the associate director of the Computer Writing and Research Lab. He is interested in how technologies mediate workplace writing. His book on the subject, Tracing Genres through Organizations: A Sociocultural Approach to Information Design, was published in 2003.

Jim Sundeen ( is a Ph.D. candidate in Composition and Rhetoric at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, where he is writing a dissertation on the intersection of disability and literacy.

Bill Wolff ( is a doctoral candidate in Computers and Writing at the University of Texas-Austin. He is the Assistant Director of the Computer Writing and Research Lab. His interests include computers and composition and university administration.