To provide a clean LMS screen appearance the Accord LMS utilizes Tree Grids, also called Tree View. The Tree Grid is a hierarchical folder drill-down structure, using various storage folders. These folders can contain Child Folders or various types of content. Any folders containing Child folders are called Parent folders. Parent folders can be expanded to reveal Child folders and/or content.
Typically when logging into the Accord LMS, the system will open to a landing page.
The image below represents a typical LMS Landing Page.
There will be a menu of folders on the left-hand side.
Some folders within this menu can be expanded to reveal child folders,
Navigating a Tree Grid
Within the Accord LMS, any folder displaying an arrow symbol can be expanded to reveal it's content.
This content may consist of child folders and/or learning content.
The image below now shows the left-hand menu with some parent folders expanded to reveal more folders.
Below is an image of a typical Accord LMS Catalog Page.
The Catalog Page is also called the Learning Catalog. The Learning Catalog stores and organizes the various forms of learning material used by your organization's Learners.
Near the center of the Catalog Page there is a column displaying numbers of Catalog folders.
These folders will contain child folders and/or learning material.
The image below shows the E-Commerce Organizational folder from above now expanded, showing a child Course folder called Animal Education.
The Animal Education Course folder is also expanded to reveal a child Chapter folder called Mammals, which has been highlighted to display it's learning material within the adjacent LEARNING CONTENT field. This learning content consists of 4 YouTube training videos.
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