1st Edition

Get Organized Digitally! The Educator’s Guide to Time Management

By Frank Buck Copyright 2022
    180 Pages 26 B/W Illustrations
    by Eye On Education

    180 Pages 26 B/W Illustrations
    by Eye On Education

    180 Pages 26 B/W Illustrations
    by Eye On Education

    In today’s world, we’re often overwhelmed by our digital devices and the volume of available digital information. Get Organized Digitally! outlines a complete digital organizational system for the busy educator and helps you harness the power of technology to save time.

    This book is your go-to source, presenting the "nuts and bolts" of exactly how to make technology work for you in both your personal and professional life.

    Special features of Get Organized Digitally!:

    • Details of how to get started with the best digital organizational tools available today.
    • Principles of digital organization that make all the components of your system work together.
    • Stories that inspire and show how technology can make our lives easier.

    Time is the most precious resource we have; managing it well leads to greater productivity and less stress. Get Organized Digitally! shows educators how to harness the power of technology to spend time on what matters most—your school and your students.

    Part I: The Digital Task List  1. Your Digital Task List: All the Eggs in One Basket  2. The "Seven Essentials": What to Look for and How to Use Each One  3. Trap, Organize, Do: Do One Thing at a Time  Part II: Digital Notes and Digital Documents  4. Digital Notes: Information When You Need It  5. Mastering Evernote: Features and Use Cases  6. Digital Documents: Retrieval Shouldn’t Be a Safari  Part III: Rounding Out Your Digital Treasure Chest  7. The Digital Calendar: Building and Sharing Your Day  8. Email Mastery: The Hub of Your Communication  9. Digital Automation: Letting Tech Shoulder the Load  Part IV: Conclusion and Challenge 10. School is Not a Place


    Frank Buck is a veteran school leader with a career in education spanning almost 30 years. Today, he is a writer, speaker, and coach in the areas of organization, time management, and productivity. "Global Gurus Top 30" ranked Dr. Buck #1 in the "Time Management" category for 2019, 2020, and 2021.

     "If you base your assumption about this book on the title alone, you’ll assume Frank Buck’s book Get Organized Digitally! provides information on calendars, email, notes, and files. You are correct, but Frank goes further than most books on the market. Throughout, he provides customized examples that you’ll connect with immediately. He also focuses on the overall goal of digital organization; the content is applicable to any platform. If you are looking for a guide to start organizing digitally or take your organizational skills to a new level, this book should be your choice."
    Barbara R. Blackburn, Ph.D., author of 30 books including 'Rigor is Not a Four-Letter Word'

    "If you’re leading in education, or teaching, Get Organized Digitally! encompasses time management and organizing principles paired with the current technologies that will take you from disorder to order. Frank Buck has detailed how to handle the most common travails of getting (and staying) productive throughout the school year."

    —Ray Sidney-Smith, Google Small Business Advisor for Productivity, Evernote Certified Consultant and Evernote Regional Leader (North America) 

    "You didn’t know better, but don’t let that be your excuse anymore. This book will show you how to control your time and take back your life! Dr. Buck, once again you're helping us overcome our time-management struggles. Too many interruptions? Chapter 3. Want to be more organized? Chapters 4 and 5. Email out of control? Chapter 8. You can go on wishing things were different, or you can forgive yourself and read this book. Your time is now."
    Jason W. Womack, author of 'Your Best Just Got Better' and 'Get Momentum'

    "The main lesson in the book is that anyone can write a to-do list, or have a sticky note system on their desk, but ultimately you need everything in one place. With technology at our fingertips, this has never been easier.
    Each chapter offers a different resource, and then the last chapter not only summarizes key points but also offers a dozen other quick tips and ways to integrate many of the tools so they can work together"
    —Stephanie Choate, MiddleWeb