Selected bibliography

I have reviewed many books for this blog. Here are the keepers:

Communication Measurement
Assessing Organizational Communication: Strategic communication audits.
Cal Downs & Allyson Adrian. Guilford Press, 2004

Communication Research Measures: A sourcebook.
Rebecca Rubin, editor. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2004

Handbook of Communication Audits for Organizations.
Owen Hargie and Dennis Tourish, editors. Routledge, 2002, 2002, 2004

Social Media ROI: Managing and measuring social media efforts in your organization.
Olivier Blanchard. Que, 2011

Digital Citizenship in Schools.
Mike Ribble & Gerald Bailey. ISTE, 2007

Disrupting Class: How disruptive innovation will change the way the world learns.
Clayton M. Christensen, Michael B. Horn, Curtis W. Johnson. McGraw-Hill, 2008

RSS for Educators. Blogs, newsfeeds, podcasts, and wikis in the classroom
John G. Hendron. ISTE, 2008

Toys to Tools: Connecting student cell phones to education.
Liz Kolb. ISTE, 2008

Web 2.0: New tools, new schools.
Gwen Solomon and Lynne Schrum. ISTE, 2007

Media Relations
Am I Making Myself Clear? A scientist’s guide to talking to the public.
Cornelia Dean. Harvard, 2009

Building Bridges with the Press: A guide for educators.
Julie Blair. Education Week Press, 2004

Don’t Be Such A Scientist: Talking substance in an age of style.
Randy Olson. Island Press, 2009

Spin Cycle: How research is used in policy debates. The case of charter schools.
Jeffrey R. Henig. Russell Sage Foundation, 2008

Beyond Bullet Points.
Cliff Atkinson. Microsoft Press, 2008

The Backchannel: How audiences are using Twitter and social media and changing presentations forever.
Cliff Atkinson. New Riders, 2010

Blah Blah Blah: What to do when words don’t work.
Dan Roam. Penguin/Portfolio, 2011

Presentation Zen: Simple ideas on presentation design and delivery.
Garr Reynolds. New Riders, 2008

slide:ology: The art and science of creating great presentations.
Nancy Duarte. O’Reilly, 2008

The Back of the Napkin: Solving problems and selling ideas with pictures.
Dan Roam. Penguin/Portfolio, 2008

Unfolding the Napkin: The hands-on method for solving complex problems with simple pictures. Dan Roam. Penguin/Portfolio, 2009

Public Relations
Public Relations: Critical debates and contemporary practice.
Jacquie L’Etang and Magda Pieczka, editors. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006

Public Relations on the Net.
Shel Holtz. American Management Association, 2nd ed., 2002

Public Relations Theory II.
Carl H. Botan and Vincent Hazelton, editors. Lawrence Erlbaum, 2006

Putting the Public Back in Public Relations. How social media is reinventing the aging business of PR.
Brian Solis and Deirdre Breakenridge. Pearson Education, 2009

Trust Agents: Using the web to build influence, improve reputation, and earn trust.
Chris Brogan & Julien Smith. Wiley, 2009

Unleashing the Power of PR: A contrarian’s guide to marketing and communication.
Mark Weiner. IABC/ Wiley, 2006

Social Media
Blogging for Business: Everything you need to know and why you should care.
Shel Holtz, Ted Demopoulos. Kaplan Publishing, 2006

Crowd Surfing: Surviving and thriving in the age of consumer empowerment.
Martin Thomas & David Brain. A C Black, 2008

Enterprise Social Technology. Helping organizations harness the power of social media, social networking, social relevance.
Scott Klososky. Greenleaf Books, 2011

Facebook me! A guide to having fun with your friends and promoting your projects on Facebook.
Dave Awl. Peachpit Press, 2009

Facebook: The Missing Manual.
By E.A. Vander Veer.  Pogue Press/O’Reilly, 2008

How to Do Everything with Podcasting.
Shel Holtz with Neville Hobson. McGraw-Hill/Osborne. 2007

Naked Conversations: How blogs are changing the way businesses talk with customers.
Robert Scoble and Shel Israel. Wiley, 2006

Now is Too Late2:  Survival in an era of instant news.
Gerald R. Baron. Edens Veil Media, 2006

The Power Formula for LinkedIn success: Kick-start your business, brand, and job search.
Wayne Breitbarth. Greenleaf Book Press, 2011

Secrets of Social Media Marketing.
Paul Gillin. Quill Driver Books, 2009

SocialCorp: Social Media Goes Corporate.
Joel Postman. New Riders, 2009

The Social Media Management Handbook:
Everything you need to know to get social media working in your business.
Nick Smith & Robert Wollan with Catherine Zhou.
Wiley, 2011.

Social Media Strategies for Professionals and Their Firms:
The Guide to establishing credibility and accelerating relationships.
Michelle Golden. Wiley, 2011.

Social Media is a Cocktail Party:
Why you already know the rules of social media and marketing.
Jim Tobin & Lisa Braziel. Ignite Social Media, 2008

Socialnomics. How social media transforms the way we live and do business.
Erik Qualman. Wiley, 2009/2011.

Strategies and Tools for Corporate Blogging.
John Cass. Elsevier/ Butterworth-Heinemann, 2007

Tagging:  People-powered metadata for the social web.
Gene Smith. New Riders/ Voices That Matter, 2008

The New Influencers: A marketer’s guide to the new social media.
Paul Gillin. Quill Driver Books, 2007

The New Rules of Marketing & PR.
David Meerman Scott. Wiley, 2007

Twitter Means Business: How microblogging can help or hurt your company.
Julio Ojeda-Zapata. HappyAbout Books, 2008

Twitterville: How businesses can thrive in the new glogal neighborhoods.
Shel Israel. Portfolio/Penguin, 2009

Web 2.0:  A strategy guide.
Amy Shuen.  O’Reilly, 2008

Alone together: Why we expect more from technology and less from each other.
Sherry Turkle. Basic Books, 2011

Handbook of Mobile Communication Studies.
James E. Katz, editor. MIT Press, 2008

iPhone: The missing manual.
David Pogue. O’Reilly, 2009

You are not a gadget: A manifesto.
Jaron Lanier. Knopf, 2010

Everything is Miscellaneous: The power of the new digital disorder.
David Weinberger. Times Books, 2007

Free: The future of a radical price.
Chris Anderson. Hyperion, 2009

Groundswell: Winning in a world transformed by social technologies.
Charlene Li & Josh Bernoff. Forrester Research/Harvard Business Press, 2008.

Here Comes Everybody: The power of organizing without organizations.
Clay Shirky. Penguin Press, 2008

Now is Gone: A primer on new media for executives and entrepreneurs.
Geoff Livingston and Brian Solis. Bartleby, 2007

Open Leadership: How social technology can transform the way you lead.
Charlene Li. Jossey-Bass, 2010

Unscientific America: How scientific illiteracy threatens our future.
Chris Mooney & Sheril Kirshenbaum.
Basic Books, 2009

Wikinomics: How mass collaboration changes everything.
Don Tapscott and Anthony D. Williams. Portfolio/Penguin, 2007


Branding yourself: how to use social media to invent or reinvent yourself.
Erik Deckers and Kyle Lacy.
QUE BizTech/ Pearson, 2011

Research and Educational Leadership: Navigating the new national research council guidelines.
Fenwick English and Gail Furman. Rowman & Littlefield, 2007


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