Then I thought it’s better to wait, mainly because I expect the entire system to change. For example, integrating the tool with an LMS has lots of advantages, like reducing the need for lots of stuff at the website.
I’ve gone 180° on this twice, this morning.
Yes, the site works. Users can currently:
- create links (that will render in the browser extension!)
- create lessons (ditto!)
- review student “status”
- more that is still clunky, so not worth mention
It’s just too soon to start making links and lessons. Still, I’m leaving the door open for any that might want to check it out (use “demo” as a passkey). No need for personal info; just use
email@example.com to fool the form validation.
Also, this can be one way to jump aboard, should anyone want to help with testing, participate in development. (Valid email required, in that case.)