Stand in the learner's shoe. Think of the questions you had when you were starting off and the steps you took to get to where you are today.
You are referencing or aggregating resources that can help someone learn everything they need to know about your subject, not creating your own content.
Only refer to resources that you have used personally and know for sure are high quality. Don’t just link to the first search result that shows up on Google.
Put the resources in progressive order. Tracks aren’t merely a collection of the best resources. Walk them through a step-by-step process
Don’t rely on a single source. Direct your students to diverse sources.
Point to specific content. Rather than saying “read a book,” recommend which book!
Explain what makes your recommended content better than the rest. Include tips on how to use it and what the user should learn from that resource.
Keep the scope of the track in between 1~3 months. The track should cover broad but reachable steps.
A Track should have 8~12 missions, or steps. Include the resource name in the title of each mission.