Academic Mastery with Roam Research
Learn more, connect deeper, and write better with the most advanced techniques for knowledge work
Comprehensive 6-unit curriculum
Interactive live workshops (you have access to the recordings if you can't make it, enroll later or prefer self-pacing)
Radically upgrade your entire workflow from reading to note-taking, information synthesis and publishing
Student-only discussion forum
Multiple bonus videos with extra insights (and counting!)
Lifetime access to all future updates
Ai sir! The skills that you'll learn - remember what you read, think better, see more connections, create a database of interconnected notes which improves your writing and literature synthesis - are valuable for anyone who works with information. Whatever kind of work you do or hobbies you have, learning how to better augment your brain with technology is a massive asset.
No, not at all. You'll learn everything you need to know about using Roam. No prior skill level is assumed. If you're already using Roam you'll learn a lot about how to get more out of it, and if you've never used Roam you'll get up to speed very quickly.
If you're not happy with the course for any reason, we have a 30-day money back guarantee.
If you purchase the course, you'll have lifetime access to all future updates. Related: if you enter the course after the first batch of live workshops are over, you won't miss anything important and have access to the recordings.
Effectively synthesizing information is hard and rare. Many knowledge workers and professors – let alone (doctoral) students – struggle to do it well. Which is why there’s lots of room for improvement. Using Roam and my method for note-taking information synthesis and writing output, I can help you to do fertile creative research and swiftly output writing in Roam Research. I'll teach you how to ace your BSc/MSc/PhD thesis or other research project, while spending less time on it. How to efficiently turn your thoughts and discoveries into convincing written pieces and build up a treasure of smart and interconnected notes – a Zettelkasten – along the way. And how toremember what you learn by turning reading into an active process by using Roam to build your second brain and leveraging the best techniques for effective reading. This is information I gathered from years of research and experience. And from spending hundreds of dollars on courses. It's not something you can just Google.
Also: Roam has a very steep learning curve. It doesn't provide much onboarding, leaving newer users in the dark about how to get the most out of it. This course is the most efficient way to go from novice to expert as quickly as possible. And with a well-researched curriculum, it cuts through all the noise from trying to piece together a Roam education and learning how to learn through YouTube and blog posts.
Yes. I spent years using Evernote and Notion, and Roam was the first note-taking tool that really felt like a force multiplier to me. The workflows we cover in the course are not possible in these apps, and they truly take your knowledge management game to the next level. I had 3000 Evernote notes when I made the switch, and it was well worth it.