Arist's course model and platform is heavily influenced by behavior change and knowledge retention research from Stanford and other leading universities. Interested in learning more? Read the white paper or dive directly into the research below.
Leading research institutions indicate that making learning bite-size, spaced out over time, and text-based can lead to positive behavior change and knowledge retention outcomes. Meeting people where they are is not just better for business — it's a better way to learn.
Stanford's tips-by-text program was one of the first major studies focusing on the behavior change effects of daily text messages. The results are astounding.
Harvard was an early pioneer in utilizing spaced learning to combat the forgetting curve. Today, spaced learning is the basis for the Arist course model.
Behavior change is a critical component of any learning program. Read about UPenn's Behavior Change for Good initiative, which uses text to gradually shift behavior.