Mary Rice is an Assistant Professor of Literacy at the University of New Mexico. She is also an affiliated researcher for the Center for Research on Learning at the University of Kansas. She began her career in education as a teacher of English language arts, English as a Second Language, and reading support classes at the secondary level where she taught for 10 years. Her current research focuses on teacher work to co-make literacy curriculum with diverse students in digital and online spaces. She also has an interest in how educators read and interpret policies in online learning environments. Mary has been honored by Division H and the Narrative SIG of the American Educational Research Association, as well as the Emerald Literati Network for her scholarship. She is the author of Adolescent Boys’ Literate Identity (2011) and the editor of Exploring Pedagogies for Diverse Learners Online (2015).