You’re plugged in. You’re wired up. You have a Twitter feed loading in one tab of your browser while you sync your Evernote to your iPad and get Dropbox files onto your smartphone. If you’re a multitasking fiend, you probably feel as though you have very little time to spend on most important things. You may even feel like there simply aren’t enough hours in the day.
What’s a connected educator to do? Just continue to whittle down the hours and go to bed exhausted with that haunting feeling that you still have a lot more to do as soon as you wake up?
I can’t guarantee this visual guide to time management you see below will fix all these issues. But it’ll help.
This guide offers more than a dozen ways to save time (and your sanity) while online. This is a very useful chart for anyone who finds themselves sucked into the online world and then looks up to realize that several hours have passed. We’ve all been there.
What are your favorite ways to save time while browsing, downloading, syncing, and learning online? Share them with the Edudemic community down in the comments or just take this visual guide from the folks at Online Clock and internalize it a bit. Or, better yet, print it out and keep it somewhere handy! You never know when you could use a reminder on how to actually save yourself some time today. Good luck!