Paper stands guard over your history. Exhibit A: The National Archives, which houses 10 billion pages of textual records. The papers you’ve amassed throughout your life are just as important to you as the Declaration of Independence.
Paper has been steadily powering you through the hours you’ve spent on education—94 percent of college students say paper is essential to helping them achieve their academic goals. Now it’s time to mobilize your learning by using paper to retain what you’ve learned.