I'm not the typical professor in many ways. One of those ways is that I have never worked in a "publish or perish" environment. I have focused my time and energy on teaching. That is not to say I have not published, nor that I dislike writing. I'm just selective about what and for whom I write. There are always ideas rattling around in my head and they sometimes get to see the light of day in a publication. Here is a list of my publications. Many of them are freely available via Google Books. I've provided links to anything that are available.


Skarbek, D.M., & Mooney, M.E. (2011). Can Txting B Bad 4 Spec. Ed Stdnts? Sexting and its Implications for Children with Disabilities. In L.E. Hynes (Ed), Sexual Abuse: Types, Signs, and Treatments (pp. 129-142). Hauppauge NY: NOVA

Mooney, M.E., & Spitzer, B.A. (2010). Screen-casts: Your technology professor 24/7. In H. Song (Ed), Distance Learning Technology, Current Instruction, and the Future of Education; Application of Today, Practices of Tomorrow (pp. 185-195). Hersey, PA: IGI Global.

Mooney, M.E. (2003). Grow your own: Course management the way you want it. In S. Reisman, J.G. Flores, & D. Edge (Eds.), The Best Practices in Online Learning (pp. 271-299). Greenwich, CT: Information Age Publishing. 

Bourdeau, B., & Mooney, M. E. (2002). Retrofitting: Learning theory and instructional design in marriage and family counseling curricula. The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 10(4), 379-387.

Mohler, J.L., & Mooney, M.E. (2001). Dreamweaver UltraDev 4: Dynamic web development. Albany, NY: OnWord Press.