Home » Library

Our Learning Community Digital Library

 

Evidence Source:

UserL (display_name}

 

The ALMS Library is structured around “Learning Topics” covering the entire universe of information.

  • Level – 4 – Very unique and specific Learning Topics:
    • What is the best router to buy?
    • What is Libertarianism?
    • Should I vote for the Democrats in the next election?
  • Level – 3 – Curriculum to learn the specific Learning Topic:
    • What is the Best router to buy?
      • Learn WiFi
      • Learn the Internet
      • Learn the Computer
        • Learn Mac
        • Learn Windows
        • Learn Java
      • Learn Economics
  • Level – 2 – Classes that inform the Specific Curriculum
    • Uses Multiple Lessons
    • Example:  What is the Best Router to Buy?
      • Learn WiFi Lessons
        • Wiresless Basics
        • Physics
        • Spectrum
        • Government Regulation
      • Learn The Internet Lessons
        • Packet Switching
        • Architecture
  • Level – 1 – Lessons
    • Short (under 10 Min) Conclusions derived from Evidence.
    • Must have at least 1 Evidence link.  Could have unlimited Evidence Links.  Most likely 100 high Authority Evidence Links should be sufficient for most topics.
  • Level – 0 – Evidence.
    • Standalone packet containing one piece of evidence and potential areas of influence (Classes, Curriculum, Learning Topics)

 

ALMS Information Structured is  “arranged by Learning Topic, not subject,” so a subject like WiFi could be applied to various curriculum (The Physics of WiFi, How the Government regulates WiFi, How it applies to Home Routers, How is Security provided over WiFi.)