Today we are asking for your assistance via our new Chessable Learning Questionnaire.
You may recall from earlier posts how we are using science to develop new learning methods.
It was there that we unveiled a number of new and exciting developments which will have a major impact on the chess world in 2021.
There is, of course, a lot more to chess than the desire to wrack up tournament points. Chess can be used in many other ways than to gain the personal satisfaction of a game well played.
This is where you come in, dear readers. We need nothing more from you than a few minutes of your time.
Here is a message from the team:
Dear Chessable Friends,
We’ve been working together with the University of Sydney and Harvard University in a research project to learn more about how we learn and study chess.
For this purpose, we have set up a Chessable Learning Questionnaire.
This survey contains questions related to how you study and learn chess.
It should take between five and ten minutes to complete the survey.
This a great opportunity to take part in a Chessable Science Project and we greatly appreciate your collaboration!
The Chessable team
Head here for the questionnaire and thank you very much for your help.