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  • SuperMemo

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    SuperMemo (from "Super Memory") is a learning method and software package developed by SuperMemo World in Poland from 1985 to the present. It is a practical application of the spaced repetition learning technique that has been proposed for efficient instruction by a number of psychologists as early as in the 1930s. The authors of the learning method, and lead programmers of the software, are Dr Edward Jacek Gorzelanczyk and Dr Piotr Wozniak.

     

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  • Memrise

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    Learn a new language with games, humorous chatbots and over 30,000 native speaker videos.

     

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  • Mnemosyne

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    Mnemosyne (named for the Greek goddess of memory, Mnemosyne) is spaced repetition software developed from 2003 until the present. The software is similar to Small SuperMemo iconSuperMemo, commercial software developed by Piotr Wozniak.

    Mnemosyne uses an early version of the SuperMemo algorithm, SM-2, with some modifications that deal with early and late repetitions.

    Proponents of spaced repetition software claim that by allowing algorithmic scheduling of learning reviews, long-term memorization of items is aided.

    Mnemosyne also voluntarily collects data from its users. This data is available from Bienstman upon request or via BitTorrent, and is a research project on long-term memory.

     

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  • Mochi

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    Mochi is a cross-platform desktop tool that lets you take notes and make flashcards using markdown, then study them using spaced repetition.

    Spaced Repetion
    Mochi uses a spaced repetition algorithm to maximize retention and minimize study time. Learn more about spaced repetition

    Markdown Enabled
    Quickly jot down notes and cards at the speed of markdown. Formatting controls and shortcuts are also there if you need them.

    Link Notes and Cards Together
    Linking between cards and notes is a powerful way to build a network of related information.

    Generate Cards From Notes
    Put an end to tediously copying your notes into flash cards one by one. With Mochi you can create flash cards from your notes with one click.

    Attachments
    You can embed media to your notes or cards like images, audio, and video by dragging them onto the editor.

    Cloud syncing
    With a Pro account you can sync your content and use Mochi accross all of your devices, including mobile.

    Import from Anki
    Leverage the thousands of Anki decks already available online, or import your own.

     

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  • Anki

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    Content-agnostic flash card software that supports audio, images, and videos via LaTeX.

     

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