The web is in an awkward phase right now. We’re transitioning from an era where a website was simply a collection of linked pages to one where even using the term “page” to describe a particular screen is a giant oversimplification.
The moment a lecture turns to asking questions, exploring answers, critiquing, expanding, etc. is usually when the most engaged learning happens.
The primary users of Pathwright are the hundreds of thousands of students completing learning steps every day. None of these users pay us.
Naturally, we get asked why courses in Pathwright don’t include a sidebar. Fair question. I’ll share two reasons why I think it’s time for course designers to break up with their sidebars.
When I tell people about Pathwright, I often hear a version of “man, my university’s software sucks, we should use yours.”
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