Recommended Readings 2014  <direct link:  tlt.gs/readings>

This list of books and articles, "curated" from our recent activities and our members' recommendations, is offered to you with the following 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 recommend other books and articles for Reading 2015.
We've linked some of these selections directly to their entries in Amazon.  If you buy the books via these links, the Amazon price will not be changed, but the TLT Group will receive a small % of the price of your purchase.  Every little bit helps!  Note:  You can also contribute to the TLT Group by using Amazon Smile.  More info about this below this table.

 
   If you are a TLT Group Individual Member, you can access the archives of these - or any other -  sessions.
 
 
Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hour Bookstore: A Novel  
by Robin Sloan
 
 
 
Make It Stick: The Science of Successful Learning 
by Peter C Brown, Henry L. Roedinger and Mark A. McDaniel
 
 
 
by Howard Gardner and Katie Davis
 
 
 
 

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Changing Course: Reinventing Colleges, Avoiding Closures by Alice Brown
FridayLive! February 3, 2012

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Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card FridayLive! February 10, 2011

Academic Librarianship by Design 

by Steven Bell and John Shank 
FridayLive! October 28, 2011
Information Systems and Organizational Change “Information Systems and Organizational Change,” Peter G. W. Keen, May 1980, Communications of the ACM, January 1981, Vol 24, No. 1, pp. 24-33 pp. 27-28, 30-31
PDF for downloadingtlt.gs/PKCounterImpStrats
Article Converted to Published Google Doctlt.gs/PKCounterImpGDoc
FridayLive! November 4, 2011
 
  Cool Passion: Challenging Higher Education by Art Chickering 
 

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Summer Reading:  Click here for the list we compiled during the summer of 2011





















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