How to set up and organize your account's teaching materials, Content Bank, and user groups.
There are three main ways to structure your account: teaching materials, the Content Bank, and user groups.
First, we’ll talk about structuring teaching materials, or everything that appears under the Teaching Packages tab on the left menu bar.
Your materials are divided into:
- Folder Groups, the largest unit of organization that groups relevant folders
- Folders, the second largest unit of organization which contain Packages
- Packages, the third largest unit of organization that contain Lessons and Quizzes
- Lessons and Quizzes, which are individual teaching units
You might organize folders around different courses or types of concepts, and then divide packages into smaller sections of a course or concept.
This photo shows an example account structure of an organization that grouped folders by the type of end learners and created folders based on the subject material. Packages then represented "modules" within a course, and each contained 2-3 lessons and a quiz.
There are many ways to set up the structure of teaching materials-- please reach out to Learn to Win for help in planning your account's organization.
Next, we’ll talk about structuring the Content Bank, or My Playbook for athletics users. For more information on the Content Bank and how to upload different files, visit this article.
The Content Bank can be used to:
- Store materials to easily import into lessons and quizzes
- Share materials with your users and user groups
If using the Content Bank for storing materials, then it makes sense to organize Content Bank folders based on the teaching folders, packages, or lessons/quizzes. For example, a football coach might have a folder called “Install Day 1” and put all photos, videos, and audio for that set of lessons into that Content Bank folder.
If using the Content Bank to share materials with users, then consider structuring the folders by topic, or clearly relate them to teaching materials. A football coach might put all of the play diagrams in an install folder for easy reference. A company could put key diagrams for a training course into a folder.
This photo shows an example of organizing the Content Bank by subject material.
Finally, we’ll talk about structuring user groups. For more information on user groups and how to create them, visit this article.
User groups, or position groups for athletics users, allows admins to release materials to certain groups of people. You can choose to publish lessons, quizzes, and Content Bank folders to specific groups of people or individuals.
Football programs typically create Offense and Defense position groups, but also more specific groups like Wide Receivers and Running Backs. A company might structure user groups by job function, training course start date, or location.
This photo shows an example of a football program's user group setup.