Leo User Guide

Faculty: Section: Events Menu

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These are the features that are available to Faculty in their Courses.

Path: Home > Courses > [Select Course] > Events

Events Menu


All Events

All Course Events are show in this report, use My Events to see your own personal list or use the Event Filter to further define your selection.

All Events

Events by Attire

You can view by Summary or by Detail Listing regarding the type of attire per Event.

Grader Event and Long Events

This report will show you the Exams where you have been granted Grader status. The Exams can be attached to:

  • Events
  • Long Events
  • Course (Section) screen

If you have been assigned as a Grader at the Section level then you are automatically assigned as a Grader to all Events and Long Events.

Only Exams with text based responses will be listed in this report.

Student-Instructor and Long Events

This report shows all of the Events in the current Course to which you have been assigned as a Student-Instructor (Faculty)

Long Event > Faculty Event Listing

This report shows you your Long Events for the current Course. You can click on any Long Event name in this report to manage or view the Long Event.

Hours by Event Type

This report shows summary information about the Events (including Long Events) in your course. The fields show:

  • Event Type
  • # of events
  • # of hours in the events
  • # of hours/per student in the events: This represents the number of hours of instruction for the average student in the course.

Note that the system tracks two type of event time:

  • Real Time, which is the total actual number of minutes
  • Financial Time, which is the time for the event  rounded to the nearest 15 minutes. The 15 minute value can be adjusted,  so it may be different on your system.

This report uses the Real Time and tracks both Standard and Long Event Events.

iCal Export

iCal is a file format that can be used to store and transport calendar entries. CalDAV is a protocol specification, based on HTTP/WebDAV, that can be used to interact with remote calendars. CalDAV uses the iCal format to represent the actual entries.

For more information on iCal Export refer to the article on Calendar Feeds.

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