The importance of project-based learning has increased. However, existing systems and methods have not been effective enough at taking advantage of past experiences for progressive learning, which is one of the most promising approaches. In practical work situations, suggesting and recalling experiences with intuitive expressions such as “like that case” is often successful. In this research, we focused on the fact that examining learning/teaching strategies tend to close by each piece of work and issue. To solve this problem, we developed methods for accumulating and organizing documents and work histories involved with research activities. In this paper, we mainly describe a system for organizing the experience cases into visual sheets. We also discuss the characteristics of our methods on the basis of the results of experiments.