The digital flash card series will allow students to retain maximum information at a rapid speed.
Wolters Kluwer Legal Regulatory U.S. today announced its partnership with SpacedRepetition.com to provide law school students with digital access to Wolters Kluwer's trusted Emanuel® Law in a Flash series, using the spaced repetition system - the single most effective studying technique for memorization.
Emanuel Law in a Flash was created by Steve Emanuel, and with its superior content and accessibility, it is ideal for law school study. Now as a digital tool, the popular flashcards allow students to grade themselves on how well they know an answer to both black letter law and hypotheticals. Using this information, SpacedRepetition.com's unique learning algorithm schedules the next time for the student to review each flashcard. As a result, law students who review information at the right time can retain more information and will eventually need to review less often, saving them valuable study time.
Wolters Kluwer continues to expand its extensive portfolio of digital offerings for law students, and Emanuel Law in a Flash powered by SpacedRepetition.com is the latest addition that students can utilize online via their laptop, tablet, or phone to study anytime, anywhere.
“The way in which law students are learning and retaining information continues to change, and we must evolve with them in order to provide students with the most helpful tools possible,” said Vikram Savkar, Vice President & General Manager, International and Higher Education Markets, Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory U.S. “Through our partnership with SpacedRepetition.com, Wolters Kluwer is able to digitize its Emanuel Law in a Flash series in a way that is scientifically proven to improve learning and retention.”