LLU Live #13: What’cha reading?

This entry is part 13 of 25 in the series LLU Live

For LLU Live #13  you all have an assignment.  Ready?

Come prepared to share three things you are reading and tell us what you like about them.  These could be rss feeds that you follow on a regular basis, bloggers that you think are  writing about awesome things,  news sources that you think provide great insights to the world around us, resources for teaching and learning,  guilty pleasure reading you have sitting on your nightstands… even cool books you might be reading with your kids.

Winter is upon us here in the Heartland of America, and while I hate the cold and short days, I do love  to combat cabin fever with reading. It may only be 15 minutes before I go to bed, or it might be via my phone waiting at the post office… the point is I try to have something with me at all times that I can read so I can learn, stretch, laugh and grow. How about you?

So, what’cha reading?  Come and share  this Thursday January 14 at 4:00 EST (21:00 GMT)

On Thursday we will pray that the tech gods are with us (alas it appears LLU Live #12 did not record…but we are scurrying to write up what happened to at least share that with all of you) and will try to start promptly at 4:00 EST (21:00 GMT).   Per our original objectives for these events, we will make a better effort to stop at the 20 minute mark and wrap things up.  That way everyone who is hanging out with us can get back to work, or start heading home home…or get back to reading!

Have something you want to share?  Here’s how!

Can’t join us but want to share anyway?  Please comment below!

UPDATE:  Here is the video! Click here for a list I made of  all of the things we mentioned that we are reading.  Pretty impressive!

Have something you want to share?  Please add it to the comment section below!!

Happy reading!



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Barbara is a Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at a small liberal arts college in Maine. Rumor has it this was also her alma mater. She used to work for a small liberal arts college in the cornfields of Ohio for almost 20 years as a teacher and language center director. Prior to these adventures in higher ed she taught high school Spanish and loved it. She wishes she had more time in her life to play with her dogs, write, read, swim, do yoga things and making stuff out of clay. To see her online portfolio please click here!

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