Procrastinating and Productivity: Start your semester right!

It’s Spring! (Semester, anyways). Classes are starting today at ASU and NAU! They start Wednesday at UA. How about your campus? I know I’m excited to have students on campus again! But this is also an important moment to take stock of what you’ve accomplished this academic year – because it’s now half-over!

If you’ve got projects you’ve been sandbagging, here’s a book for you: Still Procrastinating? The no-regrets guide to getting it done (links to book review). I love that this book identifies the various types of procrastinators: thrill-seekers, indecisives, self-saboteurs, perfectionists…which kind are you?

Here’s a lot of productivity tips from the Unclutterer blog: how to keep your New Year’s resolutions, how to unclutter your to-do lists, and how to stay on top of everything! I know my to-do list just keeps getting longer.

If you’re thinking about revamping your infolit teaching, here’s a great review of the latest Project Information Literacy report, titled “Learning the Ropes: How Freshmen Conduct Research Once They’ve Entered College.”  TL;DR: They’re overwhelmed with information, so keep it simple!

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