Celebrating completion of the LEO Project
Celebrating completion of the LEO ProjectThe conclusion of the Learning Environment Online (LEO) Project was recently celebrated at ACU campuses across Australia.
The project was a quality improvement initiative for ACU, focusing on enhancing the electronic services at the University.
Fully implemented at the beginning of this year, LEO can now be reached by students and academic staff across the University.
Designed with strong cross-unit collaboration, LEO involved representatives from many areas of the University as well as ACU’s technology partner, Androgogic.
Vice-Chancellor, Professor Greg Craven explained the significance of the project.
“LEO has been a terribly important and extraordinarily successful project for ACU,” he said. “Some outstanding cross-unit cooperation has taken place.”
“In a university there is no such thing as a silo, and this project would not have been successful without many different teams at ACU working together.”
Professor Anne Cummins, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students, Learning and Teaching) and Chair of the LEO Steering Committee, acknowledged the many staff members and students who have contributed to the LEO Project over the past two years.
“LEO has been an extraordinary development for the University. Together we have achieved an excellent result, and it is one that we are now working daily to improve further.”
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