20 rules of formulating knowledge in learning - to effectively formulate knowledge for active recall learning, you need to understand the difference between well-structured and ill-structured knowledge. The former is easy to remember and enjoyable, the latter is a scourge of learning!
Incremental reading - how you can simultaneously read a great number of articles at the same time without getting lost
SuperMemo Decalog - 10 commandments that should be obeyed to ensure success with SuperMemo
Two components of long-term memory (1995) - first ever text describing the existence of two components of long-term memory: retrievability and stability. This paper demonstrates the theoretical ground and implications of repetition spacing
How I got a job at #1 software company - in this user testimonial, you will find out how SuperMemo helped learning programming and ultimately contributed to landing a coveted job as a software developer
It is more than just memorizing - Luis Gustavo Neves da Silva from Brazil explains why rote learning has received so much bad press and how understanding differences between data, information and knowledge could help