The wizard allows you to browse thru an ontology that someone has designed. An example ontology could be:
An example on how the wizard would "walk" you thru an ontology can be seen in the original mockups (see the "Teaching Style" ontology).
Users should be able to create their own ontologies and attach their sequences at the end of the ontology leaves. In order to create an ontology, users have to define them.
An ontology has levels. In the example above, the root level is "Teaching Styles". Then the first level from there has four nodes: Exploring Alternative Perspectives, Problem-based Learning, Project/Case Study Focus, Role Play Focus. Then the second level in the "Exploring Alternative Perspectives" node has two subnodes: Using webresources template and Using printed text and class discussion template. You can have unlimited number of levels/sublevels and also in each of them, unlimited number of nodes.