Throughout undergrad and graduate school I was always finding new ways to be resourceful, whether it was emailing a company with questions related to a topic of interest, finding websites, visiting the library, or requesting free pamphlets of information to be sent in the mail. There are many ways to find useful resources to answer questions or to just add to your resource box. I have a variety of resources that include the following:
~Websites that I have compiled in a file
~Email addresses of professionals in the field of speech language pathology that have
~Phone numbers of companies that have sent me free information pamphets in the past
if I was doing research on a particular topic.
~Colleagues and professors that I keep in touch with via email
And the list goes on...Some of the pamphlets, catalogs, powerpoint presentations, or resources that I have received from different companies include the following:
There are many other resources, but this is a few of the resources that I have used to access more information about a topic whether I was working on a project, paper, or any other educational assignment. Do not be afraid to ask professionals, send emails, or call companies to ask for information, the worse they can say is "no."