Roger Craig on Spaced Repetition and Anki

June 25, 2013

Here at QS we’re big fans of spaced repetition. We’ve seen it presented at various meetups where people have used different systems to learn languages, understand world geography, or in the case of today’s subject, become one of the biggest winners on Jeopardy. Roger Craig has the distinct honor of not only being a wonderful advocate for Quantified Self, but having staring in our most watched Show&Tell video: “Roger Craig on Knowledge Tracking.” In this insightful video, Roger tells the New York QS Meetup group how he first got into spaced repetition and how he uses Anki, his tool of choice.

If you’re interested in learning more about spaced repetition please visit this wonderful primer written by Gary Wolf.

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