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Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
Information Coping Skills
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Information Coping Skills

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  • 1. Information Coping Skills Managing Information Overload Beth Kanter, Visiting Scholar Packard Foundation http://www.flickr.com/photos/telstar/43843015/
  • 2. Defining Information Overload
  • 3. http://flickr.com/photos/will-lion/2469444622/
  • 4. http://www.flickr.com/photos/cassidy/1847735009/
  • 5. http://www.flickr.com/photos/kendiala/29482743/
  • 6. Use a few tricks and tools http://flickr.com/photos/eoino/506778/
  • 7. Take the Quiz: How Information Overloaded Are You?
  • 8. How does information overload make you feel? What causes your information overload? What works or what doesn't in managing your information overload?
  • 9. Know when to turn the damn computer off and take a walk
  • 10. It’s okay that you’ll never be “caught up”
  • 11. Don’t Live at the Post Office
  • 12. Process/Task List Longer five minutes Reply Follow Up Schedule Process/ Do Now Forward Delegate Archive Folder Filter/Rules Junk Delete Don’t Need it later Unsubscribe Don’t Read Every Word, Scan and Triage First
  • 13. Give a hoot, don’t email pollute
  • 14. 1. Reply all is usually a bad idea. 
 2. If you’re cc’d, there’s no need to reply.
 3. A short, thoughtful email gets a quicker response. Long emails are read last.
 4. Thank you. Always lovely. Sometimes not necessary.
  • 15. If email threads are multiplying faster than rabbits ….
  • 16. Old way to share links … Beth Kanter, Beth’s Blog http://beth.typepad.com
  • 17. New Way To Share Links

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