Have you ever looked at your “To Do” list and thought, “I have back-to-back meetings this afternoon and three team projects due in the next couple weeks. I keep putting off writing that article, and, oh look! I just got an emergency email that’s going to take up my morning. How am I supposed to get all of this done on time?” If so, you aren’t alone. Some of the most fundamental skills a librarian can develop are learning to manage projects and competing priorities. In this program, the speakers will highlight some of the tools, software, and personal ideas they use to manage their own projects and priorities, as well as the projects and priorities of others at their workplaces.
Striepe, Thomas J.; Schander, Deborah; Taoultsides, George; and Williams, Austin, "Setting Priorities, Meeting Deadlines, and Managing Projects for Law Librarians" (2018). Presentations. 113.