READING! “My” for Friday, May 15th

Friday! The doorway to the weekend. Although is there really much difference between weekdays and weekend days these days?

Here’s the link to The Week and the Five Things to Know Today as I think this is a good, balanced source for solid information. Link directly to their editorial cartoons if you need to laugh and/or scream.

Don’t forget to also check out The Conversation as I think it’s an excellent, under-appreciated and free (as far as I can tell) site.

And here’s The Good News Ride Home podcast for yesterday (they post week daily in the mid to later afternoon)

If you want to end your work week on a high note, do check out the Good News Network site and app.

The World in Prayer site updated yesterday their prayer for the week. And The Creighton U. Daily Reflections and the many resources at that link are always worth checking out!

And here’s the link (which stays the same each day) to “My”

The Ed Tech Emergent Daily, Friday, May 15th You can bookmark this link!

Here are links to a few of the significant articles you can find at today’s “My”

[As an (insert word which means ‘lover of libraries’ here), this is fantastic news] –

National Emergency Library Offers Over 1.4 Million Books for Free On-line

(link directly to this ’emergency library’)

How To Start a Podcast If You’ve Never Edited Before

We’re Running Out of Time to Flatten the Curve – For Climate Change

There’s an App for That: Christian Mindfulness, Meditation Apps

International Day of Families – Secure Familial Bonds Strengthen Child Mental Health

(link directly to the UN site for Intnat’l Day of Families)

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