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The Difference Between a "Bank" and a "Course"
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A Bank course contains all of your content. You can manage the content in the bank, and then push any of the changes you’ve made to that content to associated courses that have content from your bank.


A Bank is like a warehouse: it’s where you store all the contents of your course. Learners don’t visit the warehouse directly. Instead, the warehouse supplies all of its stores (aka Associated Courses), and that’s where the learners go.

This makes content management across multiple courses with shared content much simpler.




Because the Bank contains nearly all of your course content, the bank is the place to go for all content changes. This includes copy changes, images, changing question types, etc.


Because your associated courses might rearrange the course content based on their specific need, the relevant associated course is where you should go for structural changes. This includes the order of your lessons or study plan, renaming categories, etc.


Here is a quick breakdown:



  • All changes to content
    • Replacing sentences, images, swapping videos, changing question types, etc.

Associated Courses:

  • All structural changes to content
    • Renaming lessons, changing the order of the study plan, etc.
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