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New GradHacker Podcast- Productivity Roundtable

To cap off our crossover week with ProfHacker, 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.

August 23, 2012
 

To cap off our crossover week with ProfHacker, 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 editor of ProfHacker.

Links mentioned in or relevant to the episode:
Caitlin Holton: Productivity and My Menu Bar Heroes

Natalie Houston: My Productivity Rules

Stephanie Hedge: Working on the Go

Jason B. Jones: Five Reasons to Think About How you Work

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