handy sources Zettelkasten, a great way to organise content

Zettelkasten – eh….what?!

One of the most productive scientists of the last century was Niklas Luhmann. One of the main reasons he was so productive was his method of working. He used a system to arrange his knowledge and literature, gather ideas, and to monitor his notes. Later on, this system was called…

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handy sources There is a difference in reading from paper or from a screen, this influence memorising texts.

Tips for PhD’s from PhD’s (5)

A while ago I received a mail from Marjolein. She wrote that she had read a book of Mark Tigchelaar about reading and memorising. The book refers to the software you can use when reading texts on a screen. The difference in screen and paper Research has shown that we…

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