|E.g., Ender's Game - Orson Scott Card|
We provide this list of books and articles with these hopes:
- You'll find something(s) to read which are interesting and useful to you.
- You'll find the eclectic nature of the selections intriguing.
- You'll join us as we discuss several of them in our online sessions.
- You'll recommend other books and articles for Reading 2012.
- Here are our 3.5 categories:
1. Link to: Books/Articles Written by TLT Group Members
2. Link to: "How To" Books Recommended by TLT Group Staff and Friends
3. *Listed Below: Other Books/Articles Recommended by TLT Group Staff and Friends
3.5. Link to: Books/Articles Written by Sally Gilbert's Former Students
Books/Articles Recommended by TLT Group Staff and Friends
|Understanding Moore's Law Edited by David C Brock|
|The Dragonfly Effect - Quick, Effective and Powerful Ways to Use Social Media to Drive Social Change by Jennifer Aaker and Andy Smith|
|Pecha Kucha Night by Various|
|Creating a World Without Poverty: Social Business and the Future of Capitalism by Muhammad Yunus|
|Diffusion of Innovations by Everett Rogers|
|Logicomix, An Epic Search for Truth by Apostolis Doxiadis|
|A New Culture of Learning - Cultivating the Imagination |
for a World of Constant Changeby Douglas Brown and John Seely Brown
|The Having of Wonderful Ideas by Eleanor Duckworth|
|Presentation Zen, Simple Ideas on Presentation Design and Delivery|
by Garr Reynolds
|The Heart of Higher Education: A Call for Renewal by Parker Palmer|
|The Ursula Franklin Reader: Pacifism as a Map by Ursula Franklin|
|The New Digital Shoreline: How Web 2.0 and Millenials are Revolutionizing Higher Education by Roger McHaney|
by John Seeley Brown
We've linked the selections above so you can purchase through Amazon. If you buy the books there via these links, the TLT Group will receive a small % of the sale price - but the Amazon price will NOT increase for the purchaser. Every little bit helps the TLT Group continue to provide our free online services, including FridayLive! Pls check for our free weekly Friday 2pm ET events tlt.gs/frlv