When you're talking about the overarching skills or goals that you want learners to achieve, we refer to these as "C-layer elements". Institutions (level 1) have various names for C-layer elements, but almost all of these names begin with a "C" (thus our name for this layer).
Organizations (level 1) have their own terminology to refer to the design elements of curriculum.
A default C-layer designation can be made at the institution level (level 1) by the admin. This designation can also be different for each program (level-3 folder) (a manager of the program can make this designation in program settings). Once you decide what to call this layer, the interface changes throughout the institution and/or program to adapt to this terminology.
Some examples of C-layer element names that you might refer to are:
- Core Objectives
- Course Goals
- Course Learning Objectives
- Course Learning Outcomes
- Course Outcomes
- Course Objectives
- Learning Goals
- Student Learning Outcomes
You can see the name of the C-layer in the interface of Coursetune on the left side.
Want to know more about the two different course (level-4 object) layers? Check out this article: Why does Coursetune have two course (level-4 object) design layers?