Resources: New or Undiscovered Learning Science Tools

I’m always on the hunt for new resources on learning science, or undiscovered/underappreciated resources, so I thought I’d start a conversation about it.
I happened to open an e-mail this morning and was reminded of the following resource. It’s called Ness Labs: Ness Labs - Make the most of your mind

The description from their website reads as follows:
“What is Ness Labs?
Ness Labs is a platform providing neuroscience-based content, community, courses, and coaching to people who want to make the most of their mind. The two main topics you will explore when joining Ness Labs are mindful productivity (how to do more without sacrificing your mental health) and metacognition (how to think about thinking). Ness Labs is a place where you can learn and connect with like-minded people. It’s just like going to the gym, but for your mind.”

I hope others will share resources related to learning science that they’ve found to be useful. I’m always looking for books, periodicals, websites, podcasts…any kind of media…that informs my work and personal interest in learning.