What is the Quiet Book Club?
A chance to read a book, in quiet solitude, and then come together for a collegial discussion at the end! A no-pressure Book Club! Books are chosen based on its relevance to professional development or current topics of interest at Red Deer College.
We invite all RDC students, staff, and faculty to read the book and join us to share how the book has impacted you personally or professionally.
Upcoming Book Selection
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This title has been co-selected with the Centre for Learning & Innovation at Assiniboine Community College in Brandon, Manitoba. We are excited to have them join us virtually for our book discussion in November.
“Thought-provoking in its implications for education, economics, therapy, medicine, and public policy—the very fabric of society—Flourish tells inspiring stories of Positive Psychology in action, including how the entire U.S. Army is now trained in emotional resilience; how innovative schools can educate for fulfillment in life and not just for workplace success; and how corporations can improve performance at the same time as they raise employee well-being.”
Most of us think history is in the past. It’s Not. History is the stories we tell about the past.”
Thomas King’s, The Inconvenient Indian: A Curious Account of Native People in North America is part of the RDC Library Collection.
For more in-depth reviews of the book, please visit the biblioTECH, Red Deer College Library Blog at https://bibliotech.wordpress.com/2016/05/12/the-inconvenient-indian/.
Following on the success of the inaugural book, Quiet, by Susan Cain, for the Quiet Book Club, the next book was inspired by the Get Your Heart in the Game workshop with Tammy Robertson.
Mitch Albom’s, tuesdays with Morrie, a story of “an old man, a young man, and life’s greatest lesson.” tuesdays with Morrie is part of the RDC Library Collection.