would you recommend anki?
I recently re-discovered anki.
It allows you to
- learn using Spaced Repetition System (make sure the vocabs make it from short-term memory into long-term memory)
- import other users decks
- learn or update your deck in windows
- learn or update your deck on smartphone
- sync between devices (using free ankiweb account)
- add audio to your vocabulary if you like
- add images if you like
Since flexiclasses offer an audiofile, i downloaded and enhanced it (compressor and denoise using audacity)
then extracted soe vocabularies and imported them into my personal anki deck.
Since this takes a while and depends on the classes i participated, this will not be the optimal way.
My suggestion would be:
- could LTL provide theese decks on a per-lesson or per-course base?
and if not,
- if the community is interested, would you be okay if we built and shared the audio/anki files?
While the audio may be intellectual property of LTL, sharing may even work as free commercial.
Some of you may know Duolingo, which uses gamification to keep people learning, but lack actual progress in learning the language.
So I wonder if that also applies to Anki, which is like the grandfather of most flashcard apps. (and surely inspired duolingo too)