Posts Tagged 'workplace'

Char Booth: re-imagining libraries/acting on ideas in and outside collaborative cultures

Project Information Literacy Interview with Booth

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Build your own (affordable) standing desk

Want to change your mental and physical stamina at work? A standing desk will do it. I swear by my mine. Read on… @ProfHacker

“Someday when I am incompetent…”: reflections on the Peter Principle, leadership, and emotional intelligence

Re-thinking library leadership. @LeadPipe Read more…

Making your work hours less stressful and more productive by sitting less

As much as the work of library/information professionals traditionally involves lots of sitting, there’s no denying it. Its negative effects are increasingly being voiced (including at Wired, the New York Times and Harvard Business Review). Read Library Hat on the subject. Also see linked post below re standing desks (11/25/12).

Information literacy in the workplace

In today’s engineering environment, information literacy is essential for those preparing to enter the workplace. @R&D Read more …

Stand (in the place where you work)

An experiment in using a standing desk at work. Benefits include a reduction in feelings of end-of-the-day tiredness and a boost in work productivity. @ProfHacker Read more …


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