This paper proposes a personal learning assistant called LORAMS (Link of RFID and Movies System), which supports learners with a system to share and reuse learning experiences by linking movies to environmental objects. We assume that every object has RFID tags and mobile devices have a RFID reader and can record a video anytime and anyplace. By scanng RFID tags of real objects, LORAMS can provide only video segments that include the objects. Also LORAMS recommends similar videos to be compared. In LORAMS, the video recording and RFID tagging are used purposely to support further teaching or learning rather than “just record it and use it in some day”. We think that LORAMS can be applied to various kinds of domains that employ several kinds of real objects and vary the results depending on the combination of the objects; for example, cooking, checking upon cars such as oils, battery, and tires, surgery operations and chemical bioreactor experimentations. An evaluation was conducted in the context of cooking. The subjects could easily find the difference between their videos and expert’s videos and improve how to cook fried rice.