This is just a minor issue, but I would like to hear your opinions to this.
That is, what exactly does the Learning Area want to be?
In the articles I get to read somewhere “Hey we start a module now”, then later “Congratulations for finishing this article series”, next article we are doing a “course”. Between we are doing tutorials, guides and what not.
Too many terms for one thing, I think.
It’s not that MDN is not any of that, it’s all of that in some way, sure.
Still I think a bit more consistence throughout the Learning Area would maybe be less confusing. Or we need to make it clearer from the start, what is what.
What the modules should be is relative clear.
But what is the course? The whole thing? Or one article?
Tutorial? Are we doing this right now, while reading? Or are these only the code examples? Or the assesments?
I know we can name it all that, but I personally think it would be better if we choose a proper naming scheme (maybe even something else entirely or more unique? (SEO)) and then stick to it and not change from article to article. We need to think about people that find a random page of the learning area and let them know where they are, what they can do, where to go on.
Just my thoughts.