Once your training's created, the next step is to organize it so that it’s seen by the users who need it. To do this, you’ll use libraries, topics, and learning paths. You don’t have to use all three features but they work great together.


Libraries help your learners focus by surfacing only the training included in the library to which they’re assigned. With libraries, learners can self-enroll in the right training.

Libraries also let you control what training users can access. When you remove a group’s access to your account’s default library and then you add that same group to a custom library, they’re able to see only the training you’ve added to it.


Topics are searchable in the library and give your users a way to quickly browse for training. Create new topics on the Topics tab, then add them to your content via the Library Topics section for each training. 

Note: Learning path topics are added independently from any topics that may be assigned to constituent courses or microlearning.

A topic list displays in the library sidebar. Topics appear in descending order by the number of courses and learning paths assigned to the topic and then alphabetically. If a topic has no content associated with it in the current library, it doesn’t display.

Learning Paths

Use learning paths when you want to group training together. This does two things: it provides your learners with a focused collection of related content and offers them a guided experience through progressive information. You can even select an option so that the training included has to be taken in order, ensuring that learners don’t miss out on prerequisite knowledge.

Learning paths are especially useful when you want learners to explore a topic. While they can find related content on their own in the library, they might not need to view everything contained in a topic. Or there might be an optimal learning order you’d like them to follow. Or you might have courses that complement each other but are tagged with different topics. In a learning path you can add them all into a cohesive exploration of a subject, then assign it to the users or groups that it can best benefit.