MICHAEL NEAL,Associate Professor, Ph.D. University of Louisville (2001), M.A. Ball State University (1994), B.A. Taylor University (1993). Neal's research interests include writing assessment, digital composing technologies, and issues surrounding multi-media authorship. Neal teaches a variety of courses including graduate courses in composition theory, research methods in composition, visual rhetoric, and digital convergence culture as well as undergraduate courses in composition, visual rhetoric, and article and essay writing. In his work with the Center for Everyday Writing, Neal oversees the FSU Card Archive http://english3.fsu.edu/mnealomeka/, a physical and digital space that houses postcards and stereocards for research on visual rhetoric, multi-modality, historical identity construction, text circulation, etc. He has assisted in the development of the Editing, Writing, and Media major track, serves on the College Board AP Language committee, directed first-year composition, served as an ePortfolio faculty fellow, and delivered workshops and consultations on electronic portfolios, digital writing assessment, and writing across the curriculum. His current writing projects include articles/chapters on digital writing assessments, intellectual property in the digital age, and digital archiving.