February eBook of the month: The Procrastinator’s Guide to Getting Things Done

Written by Jon Ritterbush, Electronic Resources Librarian
ritterbushjr@unk.edu

Feb. 2010 eBook of the month

NetLibrary is highlighting one eBook title per month with free access (the library owns many other eBooks as well). The selection for February 2010 is The Procrastinator’s Guide to Getting Things Done by Monica Ramirez Basco.

“Do you hold off to the last minute on those less-than-pleasant tasks? Are you typically off by 50% on your ‘that-won’t-take-long-I’ve-got-time’ estimates? Think you are a capital-P Procrastinator for life? With this guide, you’ll get the quick-and-easy shortcuts around all your excuses. You’ll gain the tools to find your personal stall tactics and the repair kit to fix them. When you’re done, get ready for your reward: efficient productivity and more time for fun.”

-Reid Wilson, PhD, author of Don’t Panic

The Procrastinator’s Guide to Getting Things Done will be available via NetLibrary to Calvin T. Ryan Library patrons throughout the month of February, so don’t put it off!

Follow this direct link to access NetLibrary’s eBook of the Month, or from the library homepage (library.unk.edu), mouseover Research Tools and click on Articles & E-resources to access NetLibrary from the alphabetical list of resources. Each month’s featured eBook will appear on the NetLibrary website.

Stay tuned for future announcements on NetLibrary’s eBook of the month.