Instructor: Emily Drabinski
Dates: March 18 - April 1, 2013
Credits: 0.75 CEUs
As we're all asked to do more at work and home with less time and money, strategies for managing time and projects are more important than ever. This asynchronous, two week course will introduce participants to basic principles and practices of productivity including the value of brain dumping, the importance of keeping email under control, time management in the short and long term, and the role of reflection in any productivity plan. Participants will leave the class with a clearer grasp of their own priorities, and concrete strategies for bringing those priorities to life.
Emily Drabinski is Coordinator of Library Instruction at LIU Brooklyn. She is co-editor of Critical Library Instruction: Theories & Methods (Library Juice Press, 2010), and sits on the editorial board of Radical Teacher. Emily also edits Gender and Sexuality in Information Studies, a book series from Litwin Books/Library Juice Press. Midway through a rigorous tenure track, she has lots of balls in the air, but feels pretty under control.