How would you like to take part in a Chessable Science Project?
Here at Chessable, we have a reputation for utilising science in our ongoing quest to improve the chess learning experience.
Our guest posts by Professor Barry Hymer are very popular with our readers. The most recent one, Trigger Happy? Why Spaced Repetition Learning is Nothing Like School, attracted considerable attention.
Yet there is another key ingredient in our scientific approach and that is you. We need your valuable assistance to keep our scientific research and development relevant and firmly on target.
We would greatly appreciate just 10 minutes of your time. That is all it takes to be part of the Chessable science project!
Here is a message from the team.
Dear Chessable Friends,
In a previous post, we announced our collaboration with the University of Sydney and Harvard University.
A Chessable Learning Questionnaire has been set up assessing how we learn and study chess.
The survey takes less than 10 minutes to fill in. It would help us a lot in continuing to offer you the best chess learning software.
This is a great opportunity to take part in a Chessable Science Project and we greatly appreciate your collaboration!
The Chessable Team
Head for the questionnaire!
Every set of answers we receive will make a big difference. We are all stronger when we work together.