What is it?

In Allele, a space is usually synonymous with a course or a section of a course, but it can also be used to group trainings, workshop content, continuing education, and more. Each space in Allele will have a unique roster, so each time you bring on a new cohort of students, you will find yourself creating new spaces.

Spaces are broken down into cases and then phases and navigating through all of the content in a space may span the course of an entire academic semester or term.

Did You Know?

  • If we use a book as an illustrative example:
    • a space would be the book itself
    • a case would be a chapter in the book
    • a phase would be a page within a chapter

Why is it important?

  • Spaces in Allele are important because they group together course content in a common area. Within the space, course authors (Educators, Instructional Designers, TAs, etc.) can create and sequence educational content that will ultimately be used by students.


Here’s what a space may look like if you were an educator at a university:

  • Vet Med 101
  • Computer Science 301
  • Information Security Training

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