Lecturer-in-charge (LIC) is assigned the role of a 'editing lecturer' – this is a editing role
What can you do? Create and edit existing activities; view, mark, grade student submissions; create and post announcements; create forums, topics and respond to forum postings; send messages to all students or groups of students; create lecture links; customise/build/create activities, resources and unit layout; view reports; create new LEO units; enrol teaching staff into LEO units.
NOTE: What your responsibilities are will depend on the unit, study mode, faculty and the nature of your role. Tasks listed below may be the responsibility of a Course coordinator, National Team Leader (NTL) or National Lecturer-in-charge (NLIC) or Lecturer-in-charge of a unit.
Before you get started customising and managing your unit make sure you're familiar with the concept of Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) and what is LEO?