Managing Time: A How-to-do-it Manual for Librarians
A librarian's time is arguably his or her most valuable and scarce resource. Using the process outlined here, librarians can find both short-and long-term time management strategies that work best with their personalities and management styles. Specific time problems encountered in various types of libraries are illustrated with examples and anecdotes, and various strategies and techniques.
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Time Management and Librarians
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