Time management in academia: balancing teaching and research

When preparing for a new role where she had to design three new courses, Eva Lantsoght found a useful resource prepared by the University of Chicago. The system helped her greatly reduce the number of hours she had previously spent preparing teaching materials. In her post on the wider issues of managing her time, with a full teaching schedule and the need to continue publishing her research, she shares helpful techniques that she found recommended by other academic bloggers. The key takeaway from the posts on time management techniques is to make a schedule that works for you.

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