Most e-books support functions of highlighting, taking notes, and adding bookmarks for students to read the material, and these functions suffice for reading. However, when they want to review content, they are required to drag the scrollbar to revisit information, though the speed of turning pages varies, and they may frequently navigate unrelated chapters. Using contextual cues to help people revisit information is useful. According to our previous study, chapter names and the visualization of each page are critical for readers revisiting information. However, these cues are used depending on the reading habits of users. This study thus employs an SQ3R reading strategy to enable users to utilize more cues, and consequently presents a design of an e-book system with integrated contextual cues (space) and the SQ3R method. The results of the experiment shows that the proposed e-book system can help students enhance their learning and reviewing performances, and reduce the time to revisit information compared to a typical e-book.