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  by  dmachiavello  Whilst I was working towards my chartership, my mentor encouraged me to write an article for CILIP Update based on the workshop I delivered for CDG London and South East on time management and the Getting Things Done (GTD) system. CILIP have also kindly provided an open access version for non-members to read. I really enjoyed writing the article, and it was well received; I had some great feedback both by social media and email. Time management and productivity is clearly a topic of interest to a number of library/information workers, and I'm pleased to say I'm going to be sharing more of...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="350" caption="Studying?! by J.Salmoral"][/caption] When I should have been writing my dissertation in 2009 I wrote a few articles for publication, but in the last 12-18 months my writing has pretty much stalled apart from blogging which I continue to do on a regular basis, and occasional articles for regional newsletters (because I'm on committees and sometimes get asked to write something up for the newsletter). Most of my publications have been in newsletter and magazines - I've only been through the peer-review process once and it was an event report so not as rigorous as a research...

[picappgallerysingle id="258453"]So, as I may have mentioned (I think it's taking over my life at the moment!), I'm currently writing my dissertation for my MSc Information and Library Studies course. I'll be doing my research over summer, but in the meantime I'm actually writing it in the correct order rather than leaving the literature review until the end, which I may have been guilty of when writing my undergraduate dissertation (on gender stereotyping in sport, bit of a change of subject!). I've noticed during this process though, that it's incredibly easy to get out of the habit of writing in...