Here’s a really fantastic and inspiring post from my librarifriend Michael Steeleworthy about how to GTD: Get Things Done. Happy Reading.
Originally posted on libraries, etc.:
This post has been a long time in the making. Several weeks ago, my fellow librarian and friend, Meg Ecclestone, wrote about maintaining subject expertise in LIS. This is a good topic to discuss in any profession, but it’s especially so within academic librarianship since we’re constantly interacting with researchers from so many different fields. Of course, how exactly a librarian should maintain subject expertise is not a new concern that’s recently bubbled to the surface, so I won’t speak too much about it, especially since Meg did a good job summarizing some tips on this issue. Instead, it got me thinking about Making Things Happen and Getting Things Done (which are two unofficial slogans of the MLIS programme at Dalhousie University’s School of Information Management).
At the heart of things, Meg was talking about professional development. How do you stay ahead of the game? How do you…
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