Use the Learning Activity Library to view, activate or deactivate, and add to the activity descriptions in the Instructional Design Wizard  by creating custom activity descriptions.
The Owner column indicates which org unit an activity description exists within. Activities listed as owned by System are org-level activity descriptions.
Icons in the Cognitive Skills column show the cognitive domain from Bloom's Taxonomy that different activity descriptions develop.
Do one of the following:
When you create activity descriptions at the org-level they are available to all child org units. Activity descriptions you create for an org unit are also available for that org unit's children, but not for the org unit's parent or the org-level.
Creating a new activity description requires you to choose:
Creating an activity description by copying existing ones enables you to use existing activity descriptions as a basis, or template, for your own. You can create a slightly modified version of an activity description and use that in your org unit while you deactivate the org-level activity description on which it's based.
Within an org unit you can deactivate (hide) activity descriptions, and reactivate activity descriptions. This function isn't available at the org-level.
Click Deactivate in the context menu beside the activity description you want to deactivate.
Click Activate in the context menu beside the activity description you want to reactivate.
You can view org-level activity descriptions when you access the Learning Activity Library from My Home. Activity descriptions that you or other users create in child org units are not visible at the org-level.
Click View from the context menu of the activity description you want to see details for.
You can only edit activity descriptions that you've created. You can copy system activity descriptions and edit those copies, but you cannot edit system activity descriptions directly.
You cannot edit activity descriptions created in a parent org unit or at the org level when you are within a child org unit.
You can only delete activity descriptions that you've created. You can deactivate (hide) activity descriptions owned by the system, but you cannot delete them.
You cannot delete activity descriptions created in a parent org unit or at the org-level when you are within a child org unit.
Click Delete in the context menu beside the activity description you want to delete.