How do the workspaces in the Library work?

The Library tab holds all EP content, and enables teachers to browse, organise, and customise content.

There are four sections in the EP Library: Featured and EP Content, My Content, and My School's Content. Each of them behave slightly differently, and we'll explore these differences in this article.

EP Content and Featured content

These sections contain resources that are created by EP's in-house Content team. Because of this, you can't edit them directly; you'll be prompted to make a copy of our official modules into either My Content or My School's Content to customise them.

My Content

My Content is a place where you can create resources that are only visible to you. No other students or teachers can see the content you create here unless you explicitly assign it as a task or assessment, or share it using the content sharing links. Each subject has a separate My Content section just for you.

My Content is a good place to put content while you're building it and don't want people to access it. Drag the activity you've made into a module in My School's Content when it's finished and ready to be used by students and teachers.

My School's Content

My School's Content contains all of the custom modules and folders in your school. It is accessible to and editable by all teachers in the school, and students can see everything too (except for lists or modules that have been hidden). 


For subjects whose content follows a specific curriculum, like Science and Maths, you may not need to make large customisations to the existing Education Perfect content, but you might like to organise the curriculum-aligned content to match your unit or term plans. 

For subjects like Languages and English where a variety of different texts and resources may be used, we recommend creating a module for each year level, filled with the topics you're going to cover with your classes during the year.

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