|David Greenfield is an educator, technologist and award winning artist. Currently an EdD candidate at the Pepperdine Univeersity Graduate School of Education and Psychology, where he is completing his doctoral dissertation about the use of graphcic novels in the classroom to talk about social justice, individual and community identity.
Greenfield is an ideator, innovator and collaborator with 25 years experience in educational technology in the corporate, academic and nonprofit sectors. He has successfully developed global and local multi-cultural learning environments, designed and deployed innovative formal and informal technology-based educational initiatives, and is an accomplished and inspirational public speaker and presenter.
• 2016- Pow! Zap! You got an A! Comics in the classroom. Panel moderator at 2016 Stan Lee's Comikaze
• 2016- Diversity in comics. Panel participant, 2016 Long Beach Comic Con
• 2013- Major mayhem or a marvelous match? An introduction to museums and MOOC. Presented at
Future Salon LA, Santa Monica, CA
• 2012- STEM, STEAM, & Collaboration. Presentation, Pepperdine University OMET/MALT Alumni
Conference (Masters of Arts, Educational Technology and Learning Technologies), Malibu, CA.
• 2010- Art and Visualization: Bringing Innovation into the Classroom. Moderated panel at EduSoCal’11,
Long Beach, CA.
• 2009. Web 2.0: Create, Share, Learn. Co-presented paper with D. Scozzaro at EDUCAUSE Western
Regional Conference, San Francisco, CA.
• 2008. Creating Global Communities with Web 2.0. Workshop presented at PeaceJam Conference, Los
• 2008. YouTube to MuseTube- Now that we have Web 2.0 tools, how do we use them? Paper presented
at Museums and the Web conference. Montreal, Canada.
• 2002. Small Shop, Big Site. Workshop presented at Museums and the Web conference, Boston, MA.
• 2000. Contextual Links and Non-Linear Narrative. Paper presented at Museums and the Web
Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
• The Jewish Cultural Tapestry: an interactive experience through Jewish cultures and communities.
Demonstration of prototype interactive computer program about global Jewish communities presented at
Center for the Advancement of Jewish Education (CAJE) Conference, Los Angeles, CA.