Tag Archives: Organization

Adventures on the WestPac Local Arrangements Committee

by Emily Siess Donnellan Shortly after beginning my first librarian job, my new co-worker, Ning Han, told me that I would be on the local arrangements committee for the annual WestPac conference. The conference was going to be in Boise, … Continue reading

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Staying Organized in a Disorganized World

by Ashley Ahlbrand There are myriad organization systems and tools out there today, even entire books and classes dedicated to the topic. From project management sites to list-making apps to the tried-and-true pencil-to-paper to-do lists, there are any number of … Continue reading

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Making time for what is important

When I read Michele’s last post about time management tools, I started thinking about why we want to manage our time.  It is amazing how many things get between reference and teaching librarians and what we want to do – … Continue reading

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Android Love

I love my iPad. Every day, I tote it along to meetings, create and edit documents on it, read ebooks, etc. I often joke that anyone who wants to take it away from me is going to have to take … Continue reading

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