Good platform for a bookclub?

10 Jun

#blogjune has grown from @flexnib original hashtag idea into a self sustaining, ongoing challenge. It itself has inspired other thoughts into reality, one off activities, ongoing practices.

I’d love to hear from all of you out there what #blogjune has led to for you; either as blog posts or in the comments. Who knows – it could lead me to FINALLY do a presentation with @flexnib at a library conference somewhere on “Innovative ways to approach professional development” #notlikely.

@paulhagon has still not accepted my brilliant (and completely unpaid) professional development opportunity for #SlyJuly but the month is still young and I may yet wear him down. Or @malbooth and I may bring it out ourselves as a Christmas special (no technical ability will be provided in such an offering).

Something I would like to do though is start sharing our reading on professional development somewhere central. @SallyTurbitt and I are going to read the same books and try and share out thoughts.

So what collaborative platforms are you all into? What do you recommend for such a format?

And of course you are all invited to join …

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2 Responses to “Good platform for a bookclub?”

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  1. Good platform for a bookclub? » flexnib - June 11, 2017

    […] Ruth says she she wants to “start sharing our reading on professional development somewhere central. @SallyTurbitt and I are going to read the same books and try and share out thoughts.” […]

  2. Building on #blogjune – collaboration | Access All Areas - June 13, 2017

    […] So I discussed with @sallyturbitt the idea of sharing professional reading – link here  […]

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