So I just finished the course https://www.coursera.org/learn/learning-how-to-learn and I can say that it has actually changed the way I perceive my studies. I strongly recommend it to anyone willing to put some efforts to change the way you learn.
If you are like me, and you got tired of all the click-bait rubbish that surrounds the productivity articles and advices you will find on the internet, then this is the course for you, and it is the last course you need.
Almost every single video of the course references a bunch of scientific papers. It is almost entirely based on scientific researches. It introduces you lightly to the concept of how the brain function, how memory works, why procrastination happens, and so many other related subjects that include practical tips on how to learn more efficiently.
In addition to all the lectures, the course features a lot of interviews with highly prolific scientists and some notable people like Nelson Dellis, the four-time USA Memory Champion.
Without further ado, here are all the notes I wrote down while taking the course, organized in a chronological order that follows the course structure.