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As libraries are increasingly asked to do more with less, we all have more things to do and less time to do them. Sometimes, the tools we have to help - like email and smartphones - actually make things worse!

As libraries are increasingly asked to do more with less, we all have more things to do and less time to do them. Sometimes, the tools we have to help - like email and smartphones - actually make things worse! The trick is connecting technology and techniques that can best help us to manage our time and productivity effectively.

In this presentation, Anali will lead an intrepid party on the eternal quest of improving personal productivity. Together, we’ll fight the email dragon, vanquish the time stealing goblins, and explore an arsenal of tools that help us get things done. By sharing ideas and best practices, we can each make connections to the techniques and tools will help us succeed on our quest!

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    2015-11-19
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    • Presented at the Arizona Library Association Annual Conference, November 19, 2015, in Flagstaff, AZ.

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    Perry, A.M. (2015). Personal productivity-the eternal quest. Conference presentation at the 2015 Arizona Library Association Annual Conference, Flagstaff, AZ.

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