View As UserUpdated onArticle
The View As User function allows Administrators and Super Users to log in as another User without having to input a Username and password at the main login screen.
The View As User function is designed for testing and troubleshooting purposes only, so please use this feature sparingly.
In order to ensure this tool is not overused/abused, the following measures are always in effect:
- You must have a security level greater than or equal to the person whose identity you need to assume.
- You must enter a reason/explanation each time you attempt to use the View As User function. The system logs this activity for historical purposes.
Admin Toolbar People View As User
This menu selection will let you administer some of the core codes used to control the system.
Admin Toolbar Advanced System Administration
Preferred Web BrowsersUpdated onArticle
To gain the most out of using Leo we recommend that you utilize one of the preferred Web Browsers listed below. Although Leo aims to be functional with every device and browser, the combination you are using may not have the capability to fully support the tools in use by Leo.
Student and Faculty User Guide Student User Guide Getting The Most Out Of Leo
Online Leo Learning ModulesUpdated onArticle
The DaVinci Team is constantly updating our educational material to make learning and using Leo a great experience. One way that we are accomplishing this task is by providing you with asynchronous learning opportunities. We have built these modules for both student and faculty orientations as well as more advanced Leo Onboarding modules that can be utilized to train new team members who may be in higher-level roles like Super User, Data Entry, or Staff Admin.
Below you'll find some options for how you can utilize these asynchronous learning modules as well as the SCORM files and/or embed codes for these mini Leo Courses.
Course Directors and Coordinators User Guide Distance Education Resources Orientation to Leo
Evaluation Skip LogicUpdated onArticle
When you need to add logic to an evaluation form to control which questions are answered based on an evaluators initial response to a different question, you can use skip logic.
Leo allows you to create skip logic to branch from one question to a different question further down your form (1), or to skip from one page to a different page in your form (2).
Admin Toolbar Assessment Evaluations
Email TriggersUpdated onArticle
Path: Admin Toolbar > Assessment > Evaluations > Email Triggers
Admin Toolbar Assessment Evaluations
Import ThemesUpdated onArticle
You can bulk import themes to utilize for mapping your curriculum (courses and events) as well as questions on evaluations. We have provided a number of commonly used themes as .csv files that can easily be imported into Leo. Use the guide below to walk through the process of importing themes into Leo. Or you can import your own themes for use in Leo.
For more information about Themes in Leo, including how to create them manually, refer to this article. We also have user guide articles that describe how to map Themes to Courses, Events, and Evaluation questions.
Scroll down or click here to find ready to import .csv files containing commonly used Themes in health professions education.
Admin Toolbar Advanced Data Entry
Migrating to ‘Course Objectives’ in LeoUpdated onArticle
Leo’s robust curriculum mapping capabilities are even more flexible now that you can include Course Objectives at the section level of a course. This option is enabled for each individual Academic Year in Leo. So not only are Course Objectives attached to the actual course in which they are mapped, but they are also distinct for each iteration of the course. Need to make changes to the course objectives this year? No problem, those changes won’t affect any previous iteration of the course!
Admin Toolbar Curriculum Mapping About Curriculum Mapping
User Management ScreenUpdated onArticle
This article will show you how to manually add, edit, and remove User Accounts in Leo.
Admin Toolbar People User Management
Overview of the Account Manager: System ManagementUpdated onArticle
Leo is designed to fit the needs of each institution by allowing customization via the Account Manager.
- The Account Manager is where you turn on/off the different functions and features in Leo and is open to System Administrators and Super Users only.
- The Account Manager is the institution's control panel.
- While some items cannot be altered, there are many that give you the opportunity to "customize".
Admin Toolbar Advanced Account Manager: Modules