My Learning Journal

It is easy to lose track of online courses and lose all the progress you made when you are learning something online.
my learning journal

Learning to learn is the most important skill in the post-COVID world. However, it is easy to lose track of online courses and lose all the progress you made when you are learning something online. The best way to have accountability is to first announce your study goals in public, and then to actually document your progress each day. 

One of the best implementations of this I found is in the 100DaysofNoCode Challenge that I am part of: we are asked to Tweet our learning each day, and also to document our progress in an online Journal.

This tool has a Table View and a Gallery View to journal about your daily learning each day. Fill it at the end of each day, stay on track, and witness your progress as the weeks pass. You will slowly begin to build your knowledge bank and also a Personal Knowledge Management System.

Bonus tip: add this page to your main journal page so you can fill it at the end of each day during your daily journaling session.

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Vensy

My Learning Journal

It is easy to lose track of online courses and lose all the progress you made when you are learning something online.

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