Luceo's flexible organization is simple and powerful. Once you understand the structure, the possibilities are endless!
Understanding your knowledge library structure and options
Before diving into the details its important to understand your options for organizing your knowledge library. Anyone whose saved far too many things onto their desktop or has had trouble finding files on their computer will understand this importance.
The most important questions to keep in mind are:
- Who is going to be accessing this content?
- How do I make it easy to find what they are looking for?
The LUCEO LUMBERJACKS Demo account is great for getting ideas for what can be done in Luceo, but may not be exactly how you want to organize your own library.
There are five layers to Luceo's content management structure:
Books > Groups > Chapters > *Concepts > *Sub-Concepts
These layers serve as "tags" for you to search through your library content. So how you choose to label each item using these five layers will be important for finding the content your looking for when need arises.
A simple way to map out your knowledge library content structure is to create a bulleted list around 5 books, (your 5 main options when you log into Luceo.app and Assist) and organize your content around these layers:
- OFF/DEF PLAYBOOKS (one for each)
- TIMEOUT MENU (Tech on the Bench)
- FILM SESSIONS (team & one-on-one)
- GAME PLANS (Scouting Reports)
- MEMORY GAMES (Playbook & Game Plan Quizzes)