Many thanks to all for the insights and help!
Al, agree on the value of filling out a prototype with resources that can help spread LiveCode skills.
Attached is an update of the proposed interface. It shows how various knowledge trees on a given topic could be navigated. Double clicking on a tree could "load" its contents onto the active learning trail.
Thanks to the fractal "heart-head-hands" nature of each main knowledge tree, any of its sub-branches and twigs could appear as trees along the relevant branches of the learning trail.
A button (shown here in blue) could allow a learner to compare knowledge trees from different creators on a given topic of interest.
Having each of these chosen trees, in turn, fill out the active learning trail would let a learner see commonalities, gaps, and differences in approaches to the topic.
I'll next try to upload a .zip file of a stack with buttons and popup hints relating to the above.
Will very much welcome your thoughts!
PS Matt, your app for diagramming workflows is intriguing! In each Knowledge Tree/Learning Trail, there is a "Strategy" branch in which a sequence of steps can be laid out for learners to reach the ideal they are seeking. Having visual maps of these steps would be wonderful. I've wondered how Livecode chatbots might help prompt learners to generate visual workflows of their strategies – perhaps using some of the tools at https://sites.google.com/a/pgcps.org/li ... -resources
. Apps are appearing that may be of interest in converting text to diagrams, and vice versa... look forward to exploring more with you on this!