Track your reading online with Readernaut

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Readernaut is a social site for readers, created by web developers right here in Lawrence. Currently in beta, this service lets list books from your library, track your progress, and share notes with friends. Signing up is free and only takes a minute. Once you’ve registered, add your books and find like-minded readers. You can also create “reading lists” of your favorite books about topics of interest–so you could add your own books about coaching, learning, instructional design, or your favorite hobbies.

You might also be interested in sites like Shelfari and GoodReads, more social websites for avid readers.

Photo: Mr. T in DC

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Aaron Sumner

Aaron Sumner is the Director of Technology for Research and Development at the University of Kansas Center for Research on Learning. He has worked in web development and instructional technology since 1994.