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Adding content or lesson materials (for Online School only)

How to share a central library of class content with all teachers

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Written by Alexander Asher
Updated over a week ago

As a School Admin, you can add materials to your school to be accessed by all your teachers.


1. Click on Library

in LearnCube's lesson materials Content Library. for Online School accounts Lite / Premium

2. And once in your Library, you can choose to create new folders or add materials in the folders existent.

Online School Library

3. Click Add Item

4. Choose File

5. Fill Fields (at least Title)

6. Save

Notes on how the Online School Content Library works: 

All materials under the School folders become available for all teachers associated with your Online School platform to see (they won't be able to edit them).

This makes it easier for you to deliver a more consistent standard class with uniform lesson materials.

However, each teacher can create their own folders and upload their own personal class materials.

Pro Tip: Use a smart title naming convention

Use a smart naming convention that makes it fast for your teachers to search + find the content they'll be looking for in the classroom.

A good example of a commonly used naming structure is:

e.g. Company level_unit#_lesson# short description.

e.g. LearnCube A1_8_1 order_at_a_restaurant

Note the use of spaces and underscores. Why does it matter?

  • If you use spaces between words, any or every word will be searchable

    • e.g. LearnCube

      • See how more than one title with "learncube" is displayed after the search?

  • If you use underscores or hyphens between words, you can make LearnCube's search to be more accurate in searching for a phrase.

    • e.g. order_at_a_restaurant

      • See how only one title is displayed after the search?

  • Avoid accented or unusual characters in your titles like ' or =, which could accidentally cause an error.

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