Introduction to Spines
Note-taking is the foundation of learning. Extracting notes from third-party materials or creating new ones from our own ideas allow us to analize, organize and understand the information we want to assimilate.
Learning is distinct from reading or just hoarding study materials. Learning requires a comprehension effort, a work of elaboration over the material or topic we are studying.
To learn a subject it is necessary to take notes written with your own words and connect them with your previously acquired knowledge.
Collecting, elaborating and sharing these notes, Spines allows you to process the information you want to learn and organize it in a flexible and accesible way. Work in a team if needed and export, share or publish your work when you are done.
This is the process that helps you to learn better.
Next in Getting Started: Capture, elaborate and share