Understanding CoreLearning - Content Hierarchy

Modified on Fri, 29 Apr 2022 at 08:50 AM

CoreLearning delivers content using a structured, hierarchical approach, as depicted in the image below. While CoreLearning comes preconfigured with around 40 individual Libraries and approximately 170 Learning Paths, a CoreLearning administrator can modify the baseline configuration so that it fits the unique learning needs of their organization.

  • UI Group - The UI Group is the top of the hierarchy and is typically used to group learning content into meaningful categories. Groups can be rearranged or renamed as maybe required.
  • Library – A Library consists of one or more Learning Paths. It’s important to note that Libraries do not necessarily need to be technically-based. You can also create Libraries that are operationally-based, such as “Office 365 for New Employees.”
  • Learning Path - Is a collection of Assets that together are intended to deliver knowledge to the consumer on a specific topic. Most often, Learning Paths are designed bundle Assets together to achieve a targeted learning goal. It’s important to note that Learning Paths do not necessarily need to be technically-based. Like a Library, you can also create Learning Paths that are operationally-based.
  • Asset - An Asset is content in CoreLearning that is either include with the subscription itself or which has been uploaded by the customer. While Assets are most generally videos, they can also be audio files or a PDF document. An Asset can be used in multiple Learning Paths, which gives you a high degree of flexibility in how you can structure various Learning Paths.


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