Nothing makes my little heart happier than that moment when I strike research gold.
“Eureka!” I shout and race back to the white page and type my little heart out.
A few weeks later, that happy heart crashes and burns faster than a marshmallow at a bonfire. I cannot find the website with that glorious information that tied all my STEM-tastic ideas together. Oh the woes!
Perhaps I am being a little dramatic, but I think we have all been there. So our first tip in our STEM LOVE week comes from Jolene.
Bookmark websites, but don't assume that a site will always be available, so print hard copies or download PDFs of the site (you can use an extension like PrintFriendly to cut out obtrusive ads and create a PDF). If you try to return to a site and it's no longer available, you can see if the Internet Archive Wayback Machine has an archived version available.
And there you have it! Don’t have a burning marshmallow moment. Instead listen to Jolene. Thanks for reading!
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