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Developing ourselves: productivity for librarians

by Research Librarian at Evidence Base, Birmingham City University on Oct 26, 2011

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From ILI 2011 programme: ...

From ILI 2011 programme:
Alcock wonders if it’s bad to be a twit and explores how you can use microblogging and social software to Get Things Done. This philosophy, articulated by David Allen in 2001, works on the principle that to progress toward our goals we must effectively manage incoming information. Alcock, a self-confessed productivity tool geek, shares her experiences with a variety of different tools and demonstrates how to integrate the best of these tools into the research librarian workflow.

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