The Birth of a Handbook
Study Hacks readers often complain that it’s hard to navigate the 300 articles and 1500 comments that populate this blog. The categories and search box help, but for a new reader, wading though the archives can still be intimidating.
Here’s my solution: yesterday I launched a wiki that I’m calling The Study Hacks Student Handbook. I hope to evolve this wiki into a detailed guide to the content of the Study Hacks blog — a resource to organize and make sense of all the advice and systems and philosophies that crowd our little corner of the online universe.
Here’s the thing: I need your help to build and maintain this online guide. If you’re a Study Hacks fan, and want to help your fellow students live better student lives, then send me an e-mail, and I’ll set you up with your own editor account for the wiki — allowing you to update and edit the site as you see fit.
Once the Student Handbook gets to a reasonable size, I’ll start promoting it on the blog. I want to make this one of the web’s most important student resources.
To get there, however, I need your help!