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What Are You Reading This Summer? #summerreading

This year, the summer months are providing me space to read articles and books that I have been collecting on my #ToRead list. Below is the first stack of books I have started to read this summer. Since I am not working on any classes this summer,  the plan is to read and annotate  more articles, e-books, and other literary finds I have been collecting and storing in my Delicious and in my Good Reads account. Get ready for some EXTREME READING!

#summerreading

Although my goals are to move forward on my dissertation proposal, I know that I am not alone in setting reading goals for the summer months. Both the NY Times and Grad Hacker want to kick off the #summerreading social media campaign on June 7th. I was able start on my summer reading list early with the help of my recent travel plans – so I am always looking to add book recommendations (both for research and fun).

What books are you reading? What’s on YOUR #summerreading list? What books do you recommend?

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5 thoughts on “What Are You Reading This Summer? #summerreading”

  1. Hi Laura. Good stack of books you’ve got there. The top and bottom books are sitting next to me. [UBD never goes unused for more than a few days.]

    I’m back to “Disrupting Class” (Christensen, Johnson, Horn) after reading it a couple years ago. It seems more relevant than ever, and a must-read for anyone looking at a career in education.

    Happy reading.

    Mike

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