“The only thing that you absolutely have to know is the location of the library.” —Albert Einstein
Stage of life, has introduced its new library resources section in its effort to encourage more teens and college students to utilize their local libraries.a
What it is about? In the striving efforts to support the evolution of next generation libraries, StageofLife.com launched a library resources section on its website, as a part of its growing educational resources for high school teachers and college professors.
We all know that libraries are an important part of every community. Some believe, that with recent technological advances, libraries are no longer necessary, as they can be accessed online.
Although there are a plethora of subjects that can be extremely challenging for students during their college years, science can be particularly difficult. Despite this fact, however, there are a number of strategies you can implement to increase the likelihood that you earn the type of grades that you want. If you’re interested in getting better grades this semester in science-related courses, consider using some or all of the following four tips:
You may have heard that things get weird at a miniature scale.
Zoom in on any material with a microscope and you will see that it is made of tiny atoms made up of electrons and protons, and that it pretty much follows what you know from science.
Weird yes, but not all that shocking.
The habits makes us different from other people, sometimes being fun, sometimes being a burden. Have a look at the infographic below to have a deeper look into the good and the bad habits of smart people
“Everything should be kept as simple as possible, but no simpler.” ~ Albert Einstein