Implementing research study procedures in an open space by students of various ages and from unlimited subject matters. The system permits developing learning procedures through which students investigate and create individual content units. Through these procedures the student is required, on one hand, to do research suitable to his age thereby acquiring new knowledge, and on the other hand, to use and improve additional tools and skills, such as linguistic and computer literacy, creativity, writing narrative and goal seeking descriptive texts, open space orientation, writing peer-feedback, and more. The student enjoys doing all of the above using the computer in his regular study-space as well as going out into an open space with a mobile instrument. The learning experience can be summarized through a group, class or family game. The described process can take place in the school area, in the municipal/community space, and in external content sites such as museums, gardens, agricultural farms, and parks.