LabXchange provides a wide range of content from text articles to full lab simulations, as well as the option for registered users to create and save content of their own. This article explains the differences between Public and Private content.
With the exception of Questions and Question Sets, all of content in the Library can be accessed by users regardless of whether or not they have created an account. Public content can also be assigned to learners in a class, or used in the creation of a pathway.
Registered LabXchange users can create their own content which will be saved to their Private Library. This content cannot be found by searching LabXchange, but it can be assigned to classes or shared directly with other registered users by providing them with the URL (web address) for the content in question.
Private content is always labelled with the below image which will display next to the description:
For more detailed information about creating Private content, please take a look at our Tutorial articles.