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Michael Marmon

Digital Media Designer at .

About Me

Michael Marmon comes from an academic background with a firm emphasis on technology from societal and political perspectives.

His undergraduate work focused on these concepts through the acquisition of degrees in film and political science. He later fleshed out these concepts by acquiring a master’s degree in information resources and library science.

Michael's current research interests include the social, political and educational aspects of technology and the impact that these devices and software have on all facets of twenty-first century life.

To better understand the role of technology in our modern society, Michael has completed a PhD in Learning Technologies from the University of North Texas.

My disciplines and areas of professional expertise include…



  • University of North Texas

    • 8/2013 - 12/2013 Adjunct Instructor
  • RR Donnelley

    • 10/2014 - Present Digital Media Designer
  • 360 Cloud Solutions

    • 8/2013 - 10/2014 Quality Assurance Analyst



  • Technology, The Net Generation and Information Literacy

    11/2012 Lee College 7th Annual Innovations in Teaching and Learning Technology Conference

  • Learning Mobile: A Curriculum For Mobile Learning Instruction

    10/2013 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013

  • Online Student Satisfaction: An Examination of Preference, Asynchronous Course Elements and Collaboration Among Online Students

    10/2013 World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education 2013

  • Designing Online Platforms to Increase Motivation for Learning

    6/2013 University of North Texas Research Exchange

  • Threaded Cognition: A Lens to Better Understand Multitasking Behavior

    6/2013 University of North Texas Research Exchange

  • The Effectiveness of Ancillary Learning Aids on the Cognitive Process of Reading Comprehension

    3/2013 Society for Information Technology & Teacher Education International Conference (SITE) 2013


Michael has a firm background in conveying technological curriculum within a higher education context. Specifically, he has taught photoshop and HTML courses to undergraduate and graduate student populations at major research universities.

He also has a background in the development of multimedia assets that assist in the conveying information in professional training courses at a Fortune 500 company.

With the acquisition of a PhD in Learning Technologies, Michael has a knowledge base that could be applied in a variety of academic and professional contexts.

My teaching capabilities include…


My research interests include…


  • Academic Achievement Scholarship

    2013 University of North Texas

  • Academic Achievement Scholarship

    2012 University of North Texas

  • Teaching Assistantship

    2011 University of Arizona

  • Research Assistantship

    2011 University of Arizona

  • Teaching Assistantship

    2010 University of Arizona