[Libs-Or] Continuing Education Opportunity: July 1 - August 9: Time Management Skills

Pierina Parise pparise at emporia.edu
Wed May 15 16:54:20 PDT 2019

Dear fellow librarians,

I'm excited to offer a very popular Continuing Education class, Time Management Skills led by Brenda Hough, a nationally well-known educator in library management areas. I know every one of us is so busy all the time, so this is a good opportunity to reflect on your own time management or to facilitate your staff's time management for your library's effective services.

Online Registration: https://secure.touchnet.com/C20725_ustores/web/classic/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=648

July 1 - August 9: Time Management Skills

Audience: Librarians, archivists, information specialists, and MLS students

Dates: July 1 - August 9, 2019

Time: Online - asynchronous

Cost: $125 per person

Time Management Skills

- Ever get to the end of the day and think to yourself, "I'm exhausted, but what did I accomplish?"
- Do you want to better organize and prioritize your activities to get more done?
- Want to feel less stressed and more on top of your tasks?
- Would you like to more accurately estimate how long projects are going to take?

Effective time management can make a huge difference in your productivity and feelings of satisfaction with your work. In this six-week course you will learn techniques and explore tools for managing your time, increasing your productivity, and collaborating with others. You will discover free and low-cost technology tools that can help you with time tracking, task management, goal and priority setting, and team projects. Examples and exercises in the course will specifically focus on time management for library and information professionals. Brenda Hough, author of the book Crash Course in Time Management for Library Staff<https://www.abc-clio.com/LibrariesUnlimited/product.aspx?pc=A5200P>, will help you plot your personal path to time management success.


Brenda Hough is a librarian, writer, and instructor with over 20 years of professional experience working in and supporting libraries. She is an adjunct instructor for Emporia State University (KS) and an instructional designer for Infopeople. She has worked for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, WebJunction, the Public Library Association, the Northeast Kansas Library System, and more.

Wooseob Jeong
Dean and Richel Distinguished Professor
School of Library and Information Management (founded in 1902)
Emporia State University - changing lives since 1863
Campus Box 4025
1 Kellogg Circle
Emporia, KS 66801
wjeong1 at emporia.edu<mailto:wjeong1 at emporia.edu>

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