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Faculty life is full of diverse duties and responsibilities that can become overwhelmingly time-consuming. "Multitasking" just means reducing the attention and the quality of our focus on individual tasks, and often, teaching is the first field to suffer from this lack of time. Learning to control your time, however, may be a significant factor in your job success as a faculty member.
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Ailamaki, A., & Gehrke, J. (2003). Time management for new faculty. ACM SIGMOD Record,32(2); pp. 102-106. DOI: 10.1145/776985.777004 -- LINK