Go on an Information Diet

The Information Diet by Clay Johnson - recommended reading

The amount of new information available daily can be overwhelming. PubMed surpassed 20 million citations in early 2010 and now comprises over 22 million citations. Clay Johnson, in his book The Information Diet, recommends that Americans cut back on mindless overconsumption of junk information.

If you need an information diet overhaul, set up a one-on-one consultation with Rebecca or me, or come to one of our information management classes like Rapid Research Alerts or Resources for Research.

The TMC Library also offers aTuesday Tech Lunch series to help you find the right apps and tools for your information workflow.

We can help you create your “recipe” for research success.

— Sonya

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