Tweet Today I am going to share a few of the programs (on windows) that make life a little bit more easier and I can’t live without. We might make this a series if the other ap.com bloggers want in the action.
Tweet Powerpoint is ubiquitous in academic presentations, yet it is often roundly criticised. One of the major problems with powerpoint is that it focuses on form over content. Powerpoint is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get editor. This makes it easy to spend more time on the form than content, as if you start writing a presentation in powerpoint [...]
Tweet I was recently involved in a project where I needed to examine some research literature on learning and memory. In particular, I was investigating the spaced learning effect on memory. Memory research has been central to psychology for as long as psychology has existed as an academic discipline, and the spacing effect (also known [...]
Tweet From why that’s delightful, via omnibrain.