Leo User Guide

Faculty: Event Mapping Menu

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Path: Calendar > Event > Mapping

Depending on the settings at your institution, you can map Session Objectives directly to the Objectives in your G&O Version or to the Course Objectives for the Course Section. This article will cover the options for mapping session objectives directly to the Objectives in your G&O version. Learn more about how you can map Session Objectives to Course Objectives, if that option is enabled in your Academic Year settings.

Note: After the CI uploaded window closes in the Fall of 2022, Leo will no longer support the addition or editing of Objectives in your G&O version that are linked directly to the event in Leo. Mapping specific Session Objectives in an event is considered best practice and will help you create a richer and more accurate curriculum mapping report (especially if you will be reporting to an accrediting body such as the AAMC CIP). Beginning in Fall of 2022, mapping your session objectives in an event will be the only option for connecting events to your curriculum map.

Event Mapping Menu if Course Objectives are NOT utilized in the Academic Year
Hide Mapping from Students

NOTE: Faculty cannot hide mapping from Students; this needs a security access level of 70.

For more information refer to the article on Hide Mapping from Students

All Mapping

This report will show a of all mapping for the current Event. The report will include associated Objectives, Course Objectives, Session Objectives, Instructional Methodologies, Assessment Methodologies and Themes.

G&O Listing

This report will show a summary listing of all mapped Goals and Objectives for the current Event. The report will show the Goal name, the Objective name, and the Objective detail description.

Objectives in this report come from:

  •  Objectives linked directly to the Event.
  •  Objectives linked to Session Objectives for the Event
Session Objective Listing

This screen will give a listing of all Session Objectives mapped to this Event.

Map Objectives

This is where Objectives are directly assigned to an Event. The list of available Objectives is based on the default set of Objectives for the Course. This method of mapping will no longer be supported after the Fall 2022 Curriculum Inventory Report upload window. At that time, objectives mapped directly to events will still be viewable, but Leo will no longer support adding or modifying these objectives further. Instead your mapping should be connected to individual session objectives in the event.

  • Click on the Get Extended List option to get a full list of all Objectives.
Map Session Objectives

Session Objectives are declarative statements by the Instructor describing the detail of what is to be taught in the current learning Event.

The Instructor can also link these Session Objectives to Goals and Objectives. This is a very powerful mapping tool because it documents, with great detail, the specific content that is being taught in support of the linked Goals and Objectives.

You can batch upload Session Objectives with the batch upload option.  This option lets you paste in a list of Session Objectives, separated by empty lines.

(1) New Multi-Upload

This screen lets you upload up to six (6) Session Objectives at one time. The System will check that your entries are unique for this Event.

(2) New

This screen is used to create a new or edit a single Session Objective.

If the current learning Event is part of a linked Event, then the Session Objective will be replicated to the other linked Events.

(3) Batch Upload

You can upload an unlimited number of Sessions Objectives with this option.

  • Copy/Paste or type your Session Objectives into the field below.
  • Each Session Objective must be separated by at least one blank line, as in the example.
Map Clinical Presentations

The purpose of this mapping is to show where Clinical Presentations are being taught in a didactic setting.

  1. Select the Available PET Clinical Presentation
  2. Check the boxes next to the G & O for this Clinical Presentation
  3. Save Selections
  4. Selected PET Clinical Presentation
  5. Click to Close window
Map Diagnoses

This option allows you to specify which Diagnoses are being covered by an Event.

Depending on how your System has been configured, you may also have the option to create a new Diagnosis entry if the one you are looking for does not yet exist. If so, be careful that you do not create duplicate  entries.

When you select a PET Diagnosis you will also be prompted to select the G&O that apply to the Diagnosis within the current Event.

Map Procedures

This option allows you to map PET Procedures to an Event. Like Goals and Objectives, this mapping is used to generate reports and analysis of where procedures are being taught.

Map Core Problems

This option lets you specify which objectives apply to the Core Problem records that have been linked to the current Event.

Map Proficiencies

This option lets you map Objectives to the proficiency that is being linked to this Event.

Map Instructional Methods

This is used to map Instructional Methods to an Event. You can map multiple methodologies, but one must be tagged as the Primary Method.

After adding all of you instructional methods, you should determine how much time is dedicated to each within the event. Add the appropriate percentage to each instructional method and choose Save.

Default methods can be assigned to Event Types. If defaults have been set, they will be loaded if you have not assigned any methods to an Event.

Map Assessment Methods

This tool maps Assessment Methods to learning objects such as Events and Long Events.

The list of methodologies are specific to each program. The creation and assignment of Instructional Methods is controlled by screens in Course Management.

You will be prompted to specify if the assessment is Formative or Summative, and whether the particular entry is the primary assessment type for the Event.

Map Resources

Resources define the various tools, technology, and aids that are used in an instructional Event.

Map Themes

Themes are used to identify where a given topic, specialty, or theme is being taught throughout the curriculum. The intent of the Theme feature is to allow subject experts to manage how a Theme is being taught throughout all years of the curriculum.

Once you have mapped a learning object with a Theme it can be tracked, as part of the that Theme, via various reports and screens.

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