Fresh Memory flash card software


Article from Issue 150/2013

When memorizing facts, learning, storing, and processing internalizes the subject matter. The Fresh Memory program offers various methods to help you anchor the facts in your memory.

In some situations, it’s what you know that counts. Although “learning how to learn” has merit, knowing the right way to search for chemical elements on Google is of little use if you don’t have local Internet access. The solution? Learning something by heart.

Modern educators might not prefer this method, but students rely on it nonetheless. To learn something by heart, you either need to read the facts repeatedly (drill and practice) or use a card file to help you memorize (spaced repetition). Fresh Memory offers both variants with the aid of virtual flash cards.

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