Like many in my line of work (eLearning, Educational or Learning Technology) I read. I read a lot. I read books, articles, blog posts, journals, etc. I sometimes tweet them, I sometimes print them, I sometimes actually finish them. Sometimes I bin them (those are the ones I wished I’d not started).
I’m going to try and keep a diary (a web-log, or blog, if you like) of the more important, or rather more interesting things I read, at or for work. I’ve also decided to up my game regarding my general reading habits … here is my side project of books I’m reading outside of a work setting.
So far this month I’ve been reading, in no particular order:
- Getting digital is required
- For a happier life, give up Facebook
- How to stop workplace bullies in their tracks
- 10 ways to get your colleagues to work with you better
- What To Do When A Colleague Tries To Sabotage Your Career
- Google new ‘about me’ policy explained
- The impact of social intelligence in eLearning
- The ultimate, 10,000-word review of streaming media players: Apple TV vs. Roku 4 vs. Fire TV vs. Chromecast
- How teachers can self-publish books
- Facebook is testing a way to search your camera roll to find photos of your friends
- Higher education Green Paper: government support for higher, variable fees ‘crystal clear’
- What is the future of the academic eBook?
- Inspire to learn
- Higher education Green Paper could mean ‘more than 1,000’ universities in England
- You’re email font is ruining your life
- Don’t think you’re superior to me because you’re not on Facebook
- A brief note on FutureLearn finance
What about you, what have you read that has meant something or that you’ve identified with?