Tag Archives: time management

Time Management for Playmakers

by Margaret Jane Ambrose Lately, I have been thinking a lot about time.  Mostly because I could use more of it (but then who couldn’t?), but also because I’ve been fielding a lot of questions about what I do with … Continue reading

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The Downside of Prioritizing Productivity

by Tara Mospan “Do more with less.”  Out of necessity, and prompted by the national economic downturn, many of us are fully executing this mantra and have radically changed how we approach our work.  We have searched out ways to … Continue reading

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Turning off, tuning out

This was my view last week: I was not thinking of my scheduled post for the RIPS blog, I fear. Nor was I thinking of faculty training, student queries, patron requests, or LMS oddities. Well, I wasn’t thinking of them … Continue reading

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Keeping tabs on your virtual resume

My smartphone is beeping and chirping every few moments. My laptop and iPad are engaging in inappropriate behavior. More importantly my online research and scholarship pages (IUPUI ScholarWorks, SSRN) and professional sites (Faculty Bio, LinkedIn) are out of date! Teaching, professional … Continue reading

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What are your plans for 2014?

The semester has wrapped up, and the students are off to think about something other than law school.  Our faculty are busy grading, and their library needs are not as frequent.   Therefore, it sounds like a perfect time to reflect … Continue reading

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How much time do you spend preparing for ____________?

Go ahead.  Fill in the blank.  And then think about it for a bit.  As librarians, we spend a lot of time preparing for many things, be it the next one-on-one patron meeting or an instructional training.  We spend a … Continue reading

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Supporting Diversity in Law Librarianship

Let’s begin by recognizing that the profession is already diverse, but there just are not that many law librarians of color compared to the number of people of color in the general U.S. population. I believe this difference will continue … Continue reading

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