In 2008 he begins publishing articles on Scribd. In the last two years the published articles have been read over 114,272 times with an average of 85 readers per day. Linked below are some of the surface articles on technology related topics include posted on Scribd.
DIGITAL PUBLISHING RESOURCES
PUBLISHING DIGITAL CONTENT: Open source writing and publishing tools using digital literacy compilation skills is not a trend but a reality. These are the publishing tools of the future that allow students to benefit from learning in ways that let them participate fully in public, community, and creative expansion for a new means of economic perpetuation grounded by the formulation of an evolving society.
DESIGNING AND PUBLISHING DIGITAL CONTENT IN EBOOK FORMAT: The Apps in Education Blog provides a plethora sites that are now offering Tutorials and how-to guides for creating ebooks in iBook Author. As teachers become acquainted with the idea of creating their own digital content these types of resources will become valuable commodities' among media creators. For example iBooks has been in the past limited in providing software protocol that would support an ePub formats due to lack of flexibility in the formatting of objects within the text. Anyone could produce these documents and store them in their ibook library but the books themselves were not fluid or interactive.
Classrooms Without Walls iTunesU
Mr. Michael King
Created: 08/18/12 Updated: 08/28/12
Suggested duration: 9 weeks
The purpose of this course is to promote research for the development of a 21st Century model for education. The central purpose of the course is to provide a guide for teaching of digital media literacy in a connected learning environment. The course supports ideas of student centered facilitated instruction, that provides for the creation of content through project, problem based learning applications. The current developments of the course include an assortment of activity guides that correlate with the first domain of digital media literacy and the connected learning process. These activity guides are designed to help teachers in their quest for integrating technology tools while blending the standards of required learning with digital media literacy. Future plans for the this course will include the principles of facilitated learning as it applies to effective teaching practices in the connected classroom, designing project and problem based units of study to promote creative digital compilations, and to define the practice of learning analytics.