Use Case: Assign Custom Curricula to a Group
Administrators and managers can create custom assets. Administrators can assign them to any group or user. However, managers can only assign them to groups and users below them in the group hierarchy.
Before creating custom assets using the Catalog Manager, a super administrator must set up a location in which to add it; this location must be subordinate to the All Curricula folder. Depending on the needs of your organization, you can assign (expose) these areas to a group or to individual users. The use cases that follow illustrate two possible scenarios.
Use Case 1: Assign a Custom Curricula Area to a Group
Use Case 2: Assign Custom Curricula to Individual Users
If privacy is a concern, you can use Catalog Manager to create a custom curricula folder under All Curricula for each individual manager and expose each folder to only the appropriate manager by assigning it to only that manager.
For example, building upon Use Case 1, the following image shows an additional custom curricula folder named Manager3 Custom. This folder lives outside of the Manager-Created Custom Curricula folder.
If you assigned the Manager3 Custom folder to just Manager3, the folder would be visible to only Manager3. As a result, while Manager1 and Manager2 could see the contents of each other's custom curricula, they could not see the contents of Manager3's custom curricula, nor could Manager3 see the contents of theirs.