Making the List
We’ve been excited to see Spreadable Media on a range of lists over the past several months. Check out the resources below for a range of interesting books and projects in a range of fields:
- Docsity lists Spreadable Media among its “7 Must-Read Books about Education.”
- In June, Francisco Javier Pérez-Latre at C4E Books (in Spain) named Spreadable Media one of his “4 Books for Summer 2014.” Last year, Pérez-Latre wrote that Spreadable Media is a “valuable book” whose point they summarize as (translated): “Put people back at the center of the communication…” a message they say should not be forgotten in an era of Big Data, SEO, and search engines.
- Drawing on Tiziano Bonini’s review of Spreadable Media, Michael Bauwens of the P2P Foundation named it his “Book of the Day” on July 24, 2014.
- On her TransmediaKids.com site, children’s content creator Cynthia Jabar includesSpreadable Media among her recommended books and blogs on “transmedia storytelling.”
- Flagler College’s Proctor Library features Spreadable Media as part of its “Communication & Mass Media” Research Guides.
- Marco Derksen of Upstream in the Netherlands includes Spreadable Media on his “What Books Do You Take on Vacation?” for Marketingfacts.
- Bryan Hudson of Vision Communications includes Spreadable Media in his recommended readings for “New Media for Ministry: Tools, Technologies, & Techniques You Can Use Today.”
- Marc Shelkin and Júlia Caldas of The Social Shop in the UK has included the book on their Must-Read Social Media Books list.
- Alysa Hornick’s Whedenology: An Academic Whedon Studies Bibliography lists Henry Jenkins’ online essay on Joss Whedon for Spreadable Media among its resources. See the full bibliography here.