Cards & Subjects
There are two types of entities in Sagefy: cards and subjects.
A card is a single learning activity.
Examples: a 3-minute video or a multiple choice question.
A subject is a collection of cards and other subjects.
Like a course, but at any scale. Such as “Measures of Central Tendency”, “Intro to Statistics”, or even a complete statistics program.
For more details and examples, check out this 3-minute overview video.
- A card must have a name.
- A card must belong to a single subject.
- A card must belong to a single subject of the same language.
A card can have before and after cards (prerequisites). These cannot form a cycle.
- Each card kind has its own requirements.
- For more card kinds, see Card Kinds.
- A subject must have a name.
- A subject must have a written goal.
- A subject’s goal can be anywhere from narrow to broad.
- Subjects may only contain cards and subjects of the same language.
- A subject may have a single parent.
- A subject may have many children
- A subject can have before and after subjects (prerequisites). These cannot form a cycle.
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