Response to an Article

I’ve been slacking, but I want to finish this challenge.  I read a lot.  I watch webnairs on Edweb.  I look at the blog Bloglovin, and FeedBlitz.  I have a Flipboard and get emails from that.  I’m just not great at twittering.  I just learned about Twitterchat which I hope to test out soon.

Lately, I’ve felt like I do too much reading and not enough doing.  I’ve unsubscribed to several listings just because I get sucked into reading them, but they add no value to my life.  Does anyone have a good way to manage their readings?

One of my favorite blogs is Reading while White.  I love the insights I get because I have a diverse group and I want to honor all my students.  I have had a lot of students read Ghost by Raina Telgemeier.  After reading this post, I am perplexed at what to do.

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  1. Hi Leslie,

    Thanks for an interesting post.

    I know how overwhelming it can be to have too much to read online (or the perception of too much to read).

    Alicia from Readers Be Advised actually mentioned a tool call Pocket this week which I have also been meaning to try out.

    Alicia said “Pocket is a Chrome extension but you can also download the app. It allows you to save an article internally in Pocket without the added ads and garbage around it, but will also still provide the link to the original version. You can save anything from articles to videos, archive, or favorite them to organize your list. It’s an awesome curation tool.”

    I’ll definitely have to check out Reading While White!

    Great to hear from you,

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