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Twelve more shopping days until Christmas


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December 12th, 2012
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There’s still time to buy a copy of Informal Learning before Christmas.

I know, I know. My wife and I still chuckle over a Christmas episode of the Bob Newhart show where Bob gives Emily a thoroughly utilitarian gift, a blenderizer. But maybe you’re stuck for ideas about what to give your staff.

The above comes from the Wiley & Co. site. They provide a free chapter, A Natural Way of Learning, and link to some reviews.  Here’s a more comprehensive review from Bob Morris.

If you’re going to buy a copy, you can get the hardcopy on Amazon for $34.25. (Kindle version for $32.54.) Barnes and Noble offers it as a Nook book for $22.80. Apple lists it on iTunes for $33.99.

 

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