Writing


A tech-savvy writer, my first book, edX E-Learning Course Development, was published for educators designing, developing, and deploying edX courses. I have also authored book chapters, scholarly papers, feature articles, and my blog, Doctorious. My writing aligns with the topics I teach and reflects my research interests. Below are my writing credits with works in which I have been cited. I also invite you to visit my Academia, Google Scholar, and ResearchGate profiles.


Blog


Books


Book Chapters

Refereed Academic Journals


Refereed Conference Publications


Refereed Conference Proceedings


Other Publications

  • Gilbert, M. (2005, March 28). At classic wire, they’re all brothers but only one boss. San Fernando Valley Business Journal. Vol. 10 (7) (p. 16).
  • Gilbert, M. (2004, August 30). Safety net: Wonder Years baby proofing helps give parents peace of mind by customizing houses to keep hazards for children at a minimum. San Fernando Valley Business Journal. Vol. 9 (18) (p. 30).
  • Gilbert, M. (2004, August 2). Royal reputation: Diane Knight’s persistence and a passion for baking has kept her Lady Di’s cookies in Valencia a local favorite despite news events beyond her control. San Fernando Valley Business Journal. Vol. 9 (16) (p. 22).
  • Gilbert, M. (2004, April). Preparedness, prevention and education: Your family’s strategy for survival in an emergency. LA Parent. Vol. 24 (4) (pp. 16-19).
  • Gilbert, M. (2004, March). Marc Germain: Mr. KABC. UCSB Alumni Association “Coastlines.” Vol. 35 (2) (p. 34).
  • Gilbert, M. (2003, February 17). Targeted campaigns bring in repeat donations. Marketing News. Vol. 37 (4) (p. 15).
  • Gilbert, M. (1996). Greek pride for life: UC Santa Barbara Greeks adorned their bodies with various tattoos, proving that Greek pride was more than skin deep. La Cumbre. Vol. 75 (pp. 88-91). Third Place, Organization/Greeks Writing, Collegiate Gold Circle Award, Columbia Scholastic Press Association (as Matthew Calo).
  • Gilbert, M. (1995). Doing it alone: For single parents, school often took a back seat to the needs of their children. La Cumbre. Vol. 74 (pp. 42-43). Third Place, Personality Profile, Collegiate Gold Circle Award, Columbia Scholastic Press Association (as Matt Calo).

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