The Guardian recently published a disappointingly limited list of campus novels for students returning to college.
Now every summer we get the lists of great summer reading suggestions from the broadsheets and even Times Higher Education (to which I may have been a contributor) provided a selection.
So, in highly belated fashion, I thought I would share with you a handy list of the #HigherEd books you SHOULD have read this summer.
Here we go:
- Getting titters on Twitter or how to craft the perfectly droll 140 character epigram – a primer for senior university managers
- The RAB Charge for Dummies
- The Poppletonian – 75 glorious years
- Dalmatians 101: setting up puppy rooms in student services
- Getting AHEAD (Advanced Higher Education Acronym Development)
- How to be a serious academic and a professional instagrammer
- How to be a serious academic and not a professional instagrammer
- Leading from afar: the importance of a warm climate for summer networking
- Levelling the playing field- a spotter’s guide to motorised grass rollers
- Bond on Bond: the definitive guide to borrowing billions for university finance directors
- Almost out of office – a guide to minimising tedious summer email for academics
- The place of the mace – identifying graduation paraphernalia
- Writing for the Buzzfeed generation – 13 tips that will blow your mind for REF2021 impact
- UKRI or I cry, Hef-see or Hef-key? The definitive sector agency pronunciation guide
- How to dig “digs”: Understanding contemporary trends in student accommodation
- Calendars which aren’t calendars – the complete guide to historic university publications
- True Grime on Campus- the world’s best academic graffiti
- Us and USS: One big happy pension family
- Down with the kids – a guide to student engagement for the reluctant professor
- Registrars and their registers
- It Ain’t Half Hot Mum – cross-cultural sensitivities in setting up campuses overseas
- Dons, boffins and masterminds: an academic thesaurus
- An Introduction to Corbynism for Vice-Chancellors
- Learning gains – teaching for profit
It’s about time you caught up, isn’t it?
Let me know if there are any I’ve missed.