If you have read our other blog posts, you know many things can affect learning. Sleep, stress and anxiety can all affect your ability to learn. But maybe even more basic is thinking about how you like to learn new things. How information is presented to you can have a big impact on whether you remember it and your ability to apply it to your life.
You may have more than one preference or it might depend on what you are learning— that is completely normal. Recognizing your preferences based on the topic or situation is what’s important if you want to improve your learning.
When you know how you learn best, you can seek out information in that format. That’s why our resource hub offers a wide range of videos, podcasts, text, interactive demos and other materials.
Most of the time when we are looking for information for ourselves or someone else, we are only focused on finding the best or fastest result. We should also be able to find the resource that fits our learning preferences. If you want to truly learn and use that information later, this fit matters.
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