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This "workshop" is designed to help the user "kick" the procrastination habit. There is an explanation of procrastination, a procrastination test that can be taken, a workbook with targeted exercises, tips for not procrastinating, a quiz, and a review.
I spent at least 30 minutes browsing the site and trying the final "test." I plan to use this as a teaching-learning activity for my professional, legal, and medical office procedures classes during the first 2 weeks of the spring semester. I believe that the workbook, the activities, etc. will be of benefit to them. The real effectiveness of this URL will be known after the students complete all activities; if they are less prone to procrastination after this assignment, then teaching and learning has occurred. The links seem to be easy to use. I will comment further in Spring 2003.