Take a course "offline" if you are going out of internet range: it will sync your progress back to the site next time you are online. <...comments
by benwhately on 10 June 2013
by edcooke on 31 May 2013
It's our great honour and pleasure to have the internationally renowned artist Alexa Meade in the studio this week as our artist in residence. Alexa's passing through London town on her way to speak at Ted Global in Edinburgh next week, and, as she did once before, she's moved into our creative studio to make art. Awesome.
We thought it'd be fun this time round for Alexa to get stuck i...comments
by benwhately on 14 May 2013
There was a surge of emails and tweets in response to my post a couple of weeks back asking how teachers were using Memrise and how it could be made more useful. Thank you all!
I want to open up the discussion around teacher's experiences and how we think that these can help shape our future product developments. Please do get involved and let us know what you think!
Today I'd like to look at some feedback from a Business and Economics teacher who got in touch with some very in...comments
by eliotyork on 26 April 2013
Ben stopped by the BBC bright and early this morning to discuss a new study on memory, as well as some of the exciting new things we're up to here at Memrise. Enjoy!comments
by benwhately on 23 April 2013
Last week a teacher called Simon Birch from Broxbourne school sent me a presentation that he had done for other teachers in his school about how he is using Memrise to help his students get better results. It was a delight to read! Aside from the fact that Simon had found a dramtic improvement in the test scores of his students when they used Memrise (average 64% vs 42%), I was particularly interested by the anecdotal feedback about what bits o...comments