Learning to study is presented as an alternative to the traditional web that treats the subject of study techniques in an excessively technical and theoretical way, which can be used both on-line and off-line, downloading it in a zip file.
The different study techniques are grouped into 21 interactive sections in flash format that are presented in the form of a scrolling papyrus for the students of Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, although it can also be a good instrument to support primary and even university education.
With over 1000 tips or tricks and 100 hands-on activities, exposed in a tree-like manner, students will achieve in a simple and intuitive way to improve the application of study techniques to all areas of the educational curriculum. In addition, each section is accompanied by a self-assessment test so that users can check their progress.
The website is available in both normal and accessible format, complying with the standards of the WAI (Web Accessibility Initiative) and its author, Ral Martnez, Professor of Natural Sciences and Biology in Secondary Education and Baccalaureate, received the Second Prize for the Creation of Curricular Materials organized by cnice, current ite (Institute of Educational Technology) of the Ministry of Education of Spain in 2006.
Although it is a project that has been around for a few years, there is still no other proposal in the area of study strategies in Spanish that can surpass and not even match the quality of its content, presented in an original and attractive way.