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I think they decided that because this is a site that offers live help, it would be best to stick with people just helping. Not entirely sure, though.
hmmm..oh thats a sad decision
Well, that is just the last I heard on it, so wait for a mod or admin. I do know, however, that @lgbasallote has some of his really helpful tutorial links in his profile.
Where did you hear that @rebeccaskell94 lol
It's more of a since live help is the focus of the site, we're not diverting resources to that *for the moment*.
The point is of trying to help the students and live help is key but we all do need some sort of place where we can go back and review but this something that will benefit the tutors here trying to help. Having a student to look a tutorial makes it easier for the tutor to go back and explain from the lesson plan they created instead of trying to rely on the knowledge of the asker or a book they are reading from. I say it doesn't hurt to put up a place. Sure don't make it the backbone of this site but again it's another source of information that will help the asker.
I think this could be a doable idea, and I am personally for it. But the great mod, said... "no." c; What if we have links and kind of support other study sites, then? Like Pauls notes or khanacademy? :D
@rebeccaskell94 while this topic is not up for debate..i'd like to defend the side of the tutorials. i cannot argue that paul's online notes and khanacademy are good and are better than the tutorials/notes here. those creators are a lot better tha the writers of tutorials/notes. however, what makes "openstudy" tutorials efficient is that the writers are experienced openstudy tutors. they know the topics majority of the users here have difficulties with. in a sense, the openstudy tutorials focus more on the problems of openstudy rather than paul's online notes or khanacademy. furthermore, the fact that the writers of tutorials are at the same age levels keep the words at the same levels as well.the writers do not use hifalutin words or deep math concepts. just some words that are understandable to any reader. but again, since this is not up for the debate, i am not trying to convince anyone. i would just like to defend the side of the tutorial writers and the tutorials themselves
The tutorials are great, to be clear. We love them. Given infinite time, we would probably implement what you're talking about. In the face of less than infinite time, however, it's not a priority, precisely because (a) you can already create tutorials and (b) there are sites out there that are dedicated to storing content like that.
i agree.. i think i and others can deal with just putting links in our profiles for now. for archiving purposes. it makes me happy though, to see the tutorials trend, even after its prime 2 months ago. to think users who have never seen the "tutorial era" but still able to create tutorials..it can make anyone happy ^_^ well for me..seeing that kind of welcome to the idea is enough for me to be happy.
I think @lgbasallote was handling some tutorial stuff. Any progress ?
i lost the case. they put the court in recess. for now, it was adjourned.
lol ! Good one ! :p