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== Presentations ==
 
== Presentations ==
  
* [https://prezi.com/3d1txrvtxyqb/technopathology/ I. The Problem]
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* I. The Problem ~ [https://prezi.com/3d1txrvtxyqb/technopathology/ Technopathology]/[https://www.slideshare.net/secret/MAtg36X5RWZVYO Technostress]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gMqAVrdF4_KxGLgRHfn_BvgdCbVgjNVfVnTAn7AxrdU/ II. A Solution?]
 
* [https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1gMqAVrdF4_KxGLgRHfn_BvgdCbVgjNVfVnTAn7AxrdU/ II. A Solution?]
 
* [https://cat.xula.edu/present/declutter.html III. A Prescription]
 
* [https://cat.xula.edu/present/declutter.html III. A Prescription]

Revision as of 16:34, 13 September 2019

For a Workshop at Xavier University of Louisiana, conducted by Bart Everson and Elizabeth Yost Hammer


Presentations

Bibliography

Levy, D. M. (2016). Mindful tech: how to bring balance to our digital lives. New Haven: Yale University Press.

Newport, C. (2019). Digital minimalism: choosing a focused life in a noisy world. New York: Portfolio/Penguin.

Pang, A. S.-K. (2013). The distraction addiction: getting the information you need and the communication you want without enraging your family, annoying your colleagues, and destroying your soul. New York: Little, Brown.