Book Club – Let’s Read Together

Do your New Year’s goals include personal professional development or a resolution to read more? Is there a stack of great books nearby that you’ve been meaning to read? Did you make a list of book(s) to investigate that you heard about at the last SIGUCCS conference? Are you nervous about reaching your Goodreads reading challenge?

Us too! Let’s work together to make it happen with SIGUCCS.

Nominate a book!

2019 Book Selections

View our book list on WorldCat (link)

Month
BookModerator(s)Slack Discussion
GTM Hangout
OctCrucial Conversations
Kerry Patterson
Oct 28
Chat at SIGUCCS 2019! during the Wed. BoF
SeptTurn the Ship Around!: A True Story of Turning Followers into Leaders
L. David Marquet
Mo & LaurieSept 23
AugThe Monsters of
Educational
Technology
Audrey Watters – a keynote speaker at
SIGUCCS 2019
!
August 26
JulySuperBetter: the
power of living
gamefully
Jane McGonigal
Lisa BJuly 29th
Aug 6, 1:30 PM EDT
JuneQBQ! : the question
behind the question
John G Miller
Laurie & Tom WJune 24th
MayThe Phoenix Project
Gene Kim
Jason V & LaurieMay 28th
June 3rd, 3pm EST
AprEQ Applied
Justin Bariso
AixaApril 29th
Mar
Getting Things Done
David Allen
Katelin & Dan
March 25th
March 28th, 3pm EST
FebAtomic Habits 
James Clear
Mo & Laurie February 25th
Feb 28th, 9pm EST
Jan
Daring Greatly 
Brené Brown
Mo & Laurie
January 28th
February 7th, 9pm EST

Join the Discussions

books and coffee

Each month, there will be two parts to the discussion. On the last Monday of the month, we will start the conversation in Slack. You can find us in the #book-club channel. We will also schedule a GoToMeeting hangout for the first week of the next month, at a time that is convenient to our moderators for the month.

If you have any questions or suggestions about how to participate in our reading group, please contact Laurie Fox.

A Few Rules

  • The purpose of this book club is to read and enjoy new professional development books! Everyone is welcome to join the conversation. That includes people who have read the book before, people who have not yet read the book, and anyone who didn’t quite finish. 
  • You may find that you disagree with something that another member of the group has said. It is ok to disagree as long as it’s done respectfully.
  • Keep on topic, but feel free to introduce information that is relevant to the discussion (historical facts, bio details, book background, related authors or topics).
  • The moderators will serve to keep the group on topic, ensure everyone has a chance to contribute to the discussion, and assist with book selection and hangout schedules.