Professors

  • Top Ten Productivity Tips Ingress & Egress

    Top Ten Productivity Tips Ingress & Egress
    No matter what your role is in academia (or your role in the rest of your life) sometimes your day-to-day situation changes. Keep the following in mind as you planfully prepare for your egress (absence) and ingress (return).
  • Traveling to Conferences

    Traveling to Conferences
    Why does traveling to conferences take so much out of us when all we’re doing is driving to the airport, parking, going through security, sitting on a plane, staying at a hotel, having someone else fix our meals, etc? Here are some answers to why traveling is so stressful…For more tips visit: https://toptenproductivitytips.com
  • Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – What to Establish in Your Classroom

    Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – What to Establish in Your Classroom
    Professors - You want a successful semester. Here are concepts to establish with your students in the classroom from the first day of class and throughout the semester. These concepts will make a huge difference. Find more tips here: https://toptenproductivitytips.com
  • Top Ten Productivity Tips – Dealing with Interruptions

    Top Ten Productivity Tips – Dealing with Interruptions
    Recognize that your job involves interruptions of one type or another. Acknowledge that and use these tips to keep the interruptions from wreaking havoc on the rest of your work.
  • Tips for Advising Undergraduate and Graduate Students

    Tips for Advising Undergraduate and Graduate Students
    Depending on your particular institution, advising students may be a small portion or a significant part of your responsibilities. Adapt the ten tips shared in this video to fit your situation so that advising is a productive (vs. draining) experience for you and your students. http://TopTenProductivityTips.com for many more helpful (and free) resources.
  • Prevent Interruptions by Putting a Sign on Your Door

    Prevent Interruptions by Putting a Sign on Your Door
    There are times to use a sign on your door to tell people you need to be working uninterrupted. In this video, Meggin shares specific tips for using your sign effectively so that you can protect your precious time for important projects that require focused thinking.
  • Questions to Ask Potential Graduate Students

    Questions to Ask Potential Graduate Students
    Professors - ask these ten questions of any student who asks you to be his/her advisor.
  • Tricks When You’re Stuck in Your Writing

    Tricks When You’re Stuck in Your Writing
    Sometimes our writing is going great - and other times, we get stuck. Here are ten productivity tips to get you moving forward on your writing.
  • Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Convincing Students to Put Forth Extraordinary Effort

    Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Convincing Students to Put Forth Extraordinary Effort
  • Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Bringing Energy to Your Classroom

    Top Ten Productivity Tips for Professors – Bringing Energy to Your Classroom
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