Bloom’s ecosystem is designed to make it easy to organise and access the relevant learning content. Users are central to the Bloom ecosystem and more information can be found on them in the creating a User guide. This goes into the details of what kind of Users there are in Bloom and what kind of roles they have.
Users in Bloom come together to form Groups, and these Groups contain Subjects which make up the broadest division of the learning categorisation. Each Subject contains Trails which in turn are made up of all of the Courses that you have imported to Bloom. Trails can also contain Topics which are a further subdivision, if you wish to split Courses inside of a Trail into sections.
A diagram below shows an example of the ecosystem, as you can see multiple Groups can have access to the same Subject and consequently the content within. You can also clearly allocate a single Subject to a single Group, ensuring that the relevant content gets to the right people.
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