Branching Navigation

Well, I am going to go out on a limb here and offer some thoughts on branching… 

This is one of those areas that has many avenues of approach and I offer nothing more than my own methodology. I make no grand claims and the few that I might make are pragmatic in nature. Due to the broad nature of this topic, I am happy to hear how others go about designing their branching scenarios.


This post is born out of a large conversation on how to setup some branching where some content is shared between different types of learners. I hope that this post helps many of you to visualize the workflow a little bit better and help grasp how the navigation part of it is built. The branching we find in this demo is what I would consider low level branching since it is void of any complex navigation based on decisions made by the learner. It is a relatively linear progression with next and previous buttons.

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