This isn’t one of those posts where I make people feel guilty about their lack or reading. I know I don’t make the time at the moment to read a whole book from end to end and at the end of June I thought it might be interesting to see the books that I read in part of in July.
Some that stood out included:
- How to Be A Civil Servant – thinking about potential work with UK Government Departments
- The DIY Phoenix – thinking about the ‘Will’ part of the learning kaleidoscope
- Downsizing – preparing to go again and lose weight
- Disrupted – re-thinking innovation and the failure of people to understand it
- Brain Matters – revisiting neuroscience
- Innovation for the Fatigued – I revisit this book every month
- Brit(ish): On Race, Identity and Belonging – for my learning
- Dangerous Ideas – I revisit this book every month as well
In addition, I’ve probably read up to a dozen pages on at least another dozen books. As I said, this isn’t to shame anyone – I haven’t finished a single book this month. What I have done is go to the books I need to access the content I need at the time I need it. When you’re designing learning, are you making it accessible like this?