Every unit at ACU must have an online presence in LEO. The balance between online and face to face will be dependent on the mode of delivery (attendance (face to face), mixed-mode or online), your school's guidelines and your own ideas and skill level.
If you are a lecturer-in-charge of a unit, it is your responsibility to ensure that the unit in LEO exists, it is relevant and up-to-date.
LEO units are either built from a template provided by your faculty, or they can be copied from a previous semester.
Some of the items that might exist in a LEO unit include:
a pdf document of the Unit Outline
the communication strategy and tools (such as an Announcement Forum)
an assessment outline
actual assessments including quizzes and online assignment drop-boxes
The sections below contain more information about specific roles in LEO, plus links to key features you may be responsible for.
A student has access to all the features and functions they need to access learning materials, contribute to or engage with learning activities, participate in communication forums, submit assessments and view their grades. Items in the unit that are hidden or have restricted access will only be visible to students when they are released or the students meet stipulated conditions (e.g. complete a specified learning activity or task, are part of a specific group).
An auditor may be a staff member or student who has been given access to all content and activities at a unit level, including assessment submissions and communication, for review purposes but in a read-only mode.
Can be granted auditor status at a system LEO level and across faculties in order to access and search units to view unit outlines to provide library support or resources (e.g. references and/or databases)
Supporting academics in LEO (e.g. liaison librarians) see