I’ve written a few books, which I’ve self-published. Links to these can be found below.
My most popular and successful book is The Essential Elements of Digital Literacies, which is a more accessible version of my doctoral thesis. It’s available at a pay-what-you-can price.
I’m currently working on an audiobook, #uppingyourgame: a practical guide to personal productivity (v2). You can buy this as I’m writing it, and the earlier you do so the cheaper it is!
Here are other of books I’ve published in the last decade:
When I worked in schools, I had almost a 100% success rate in job applications. I shared my approach in a free ebook entitled #getthatjob: an educator’s guide to finding, applying, and interviewing for a teaching-related job.
My first book on productivity was #uppingyourgame: a practical guide to personal productivity, which you can now download as a free PDF.
During a time I was mentoring a trainee teacher, I came up with the idea of a book of short, tweet-size nuggets of advice for those new to the profession. This led to #movemeon: tips, ideas, and suggestions for all teachings from the twitter community. There were a large number of contributors to this and, thanks to the encouragement and design work of Stuart Ridout, we published this book.
(also available in paperback)