[This week, GradHacker and ProfHacker writers are collaborating on a series of posts about productivity apps and systems. The 8am post every day is part of this collaboration. Today's post is reprinted from Gradhacker.--@jbj]
To cap off our crossover week with
ProfGradhacker, Alex sat down with this week’s contributors for an insightful conversation about their approach to maintaining a productive schedule. Building on this week’s posts, Alex reviews the authors’ suggestions for improved workflow and poses some follow-up questions on the technology and techniques they suggested in their contributions. Listen to the podcast by clicking here.
About the Guests:
Stephanie Hedge is a PhD Candidate in Rhetoric and Composition at Ball State University and a contributing author at GradHacker.
Caitlin Holton is a graduate student in the Department of History at the University of Guelph.
Natalie Houston is an associate professor in the Department of English at the University of Houston and a regular contributor to ProfHacker.
Jason B. Jones is a professor in the Department of English at Central Connecticut State University and a founding co-editor of ProfHacker.
Links mentioned in or relevant to the episode:
- Caitlin Holton: Productivity and My Menu Bar Heroes
- Natalie Houston: My Personal Productivity Rules
- Stephanie Hedge: Working on the Go
- Jason B. Jones: Five Reasons to Think About How you Work
Download the .mp3 (Edited at 11.01 to correct the URL.–@jbj)
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