Collin Bjork

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Collin Bjork is a Ph.D. Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Indiana University. His dissertation develops the idea of "cumulative ethos" and reveals a) how character accretes over time in digital media and b) how non-kairotic conceptions of time complicate digital rhetoric. His article, "Integrating Usability Testing and Digital Rhetoric in OWI," is forthcoming in a special issue of Computers and Composition in 2018. He has taught courses in visual rhetoric (video essay), sonic rhetoric (podcasting), service learning writing, professional writing, online composition, multilingual composition, and cross-cultural composition. Collin also worked as an Online Instructional Designer and as a Program Assistant for Multilingual Composition. As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, he taught at the University of Montenegro in Podgorica. ​

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Collin Bjork is a Ph.D. Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Indiana University. His dissertation develops the idea of "cumulative ethos" and reveals a) how character accretes over time in digital media and b) how non-kairotic conceptions of time complicate digital rhetoric. His article, “Integrating Usability Testing and Digital Rhetoric in OWI,” is forthcoming in a special issue of Computers and Composition in 2018. He has taught courses in visual rhetoric (video essay), sonic rhetoric (podcasting), service learning writing, professional writing, online composition, multilingual composition, and cross-cultural composition. Collin also worked as an Online Instructional Designer and as a Program Assistant for Multilingual Composition. As a Fulbright English Teaching Assistant, he taught at the University of Montenegro in Podgorica. ​

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