All Saylor Academy courses are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. For licensing purposes, a "course" is defined as the structure, syllabus, learning outcomes, unit descriptions, and the framing text that accompanies resources curated from third parties. That excludes the third party resources themselves, including the following resources used in this course, which contain the individual licenses listed below:
Time Management for Creative People:
John Lee's Resources:
McMaster University: Peter Walsh's 1st and 2nd Tools of Time Management: Reminder and Prioritization
HappilyAHousewife: "Top 10 Time Management Tips"
Center for Instructional Innovation and Assessment: "WWU Tutoring Center: Time Management"
Lumen Learning: "Assessment: Time Management"
Z. Cliffe Schreuder's "Time, Workflow, and Getting Things Done"
Project IDEA: " ABCD Prioritizing Your Tasks and Activities"
Nick Carpenter's "How to Stay Organized at Work and Prioritize Tasks for Business
Evil Genius Leadership Consultants: "Setting Priorities"
Pete Gerlach's "How to Reduce the 3 REAL causes of stress"
Ameer Rosic's "How to Deal with Stress: 3 Actionable Tips that Work"
Griffith University: "How Can a Tomato Help You Stop Procrastinating?"
Katie Taylor's "Pomodoro Method for Productivity"
Brainsetmanus: "Study and Learning Skills: The Myth of Multitasking"
Ralph Jocham: "Multitasking vs. a 100% Commitment"
Redback Conferencing: Sandra Wood's "Stress Management Strategies for Thriving in a Fast-Paced Workplace (or World)"
Earl Lacey's "How to Stay Focused in the Workplace"
All other resources are copyrighted, and may not be reproduced without the explicit permission of the copyright holder.