LEO is where you will receive most of your unit information including:

  • Your unit outlines
  • Readings
  • Online lectures and study materials

It is also where you may receive important messages and communicate and collaborate with fellow students using:

  • Announcements
  • Messages
  • Forum discussions

Electronically submit your assessments, receive feedback and grades for assessment tasks:

  • Assignments
  • Quizzes

There are a range of LEO units to assist you in your studies.

Academic skills unit

A self-guided resource. It can be accessed at any time via LEO.

  • Improve your skills across a range of areas such as time management, setting study priorities, planning and reading.
  • At uni you will work on a variety of writing tasks that require many different skills. We can help you to improve your academic writing.
  • Learn the basics of different referencing systems and how you can include referencing in your assignment preparation.
  • Use our resources to build your knowledge and proficiency in the core maths concepts you need.
  • Get tips and tools to help you develop the skills you need before, during and after exams.

Self-enrol in the Academic skills unit

Help yourself

The Library supports you to help yourself become knowledgeable and find, evaluate and effectively use information throughout your life.

Access help yourself

Student support unit

A self-guided resource. It can be accessed at any time via LEO. Includes opportunities to try activities:

  • find a highlighted date in your calendar
  • practice a quiz and how to view results
  • practice uploading an assignment
  • practice submitting a test assignment to Turnitin.
  • practice uploading an ePortfolio assignment

Self-enrol in the student support unit

Students can manually self-enrol into some LEO units, such as Academic Skills or Studying Online. There may also be self-enrolment units that compliment your other teaching units. You should usually receive an email from your teacher that contains a direct link to the unit, where you can enrol yourself.

To self-enrol in a unit:

  1. Click the unit link provided to you.
  2. When prompted, log into LEO using your ACU credentials.
  3. Ensure this is the correct unit by reading the name of the unit under the Details heading:
    Self-enrolment details page
  4. Click the Enter button:
    Enter
    Note: you may be required to enter a key (password) here to access the unit, which should have been provided to you.

You will be enrolled in the unit and taken to the unit home page. This unit will now appear in the My units section in the navigation menu.

ACU provides email and telephone support services for students and staff through its educational technology partner Androgogic, also known as LEO Support.

How to contact LEO Support

  1. Log into LEO.
  2. Click the Help button at the top-right of the screen:
     The LEO Help button
  3. Fill in the form with as much information as you can about the problem you're having, and include a screen capture of the issue or any errors you are receiving, then submit the help request.

If you are unable to log into LEO, please call the support desk phone number below.

The Support Desk operating times are:

  • Monday to Friday, 8am - 10pm (Sydney Time).
  • Weekends and NSW Public Holidays, 9am - 5pm (Sydney Time).
  • Closed: Good Friday and Christmas.

For Support Desk enquiries please contact us via:

Telephone on 1800 246 442

  • Calls made to the 1800 number from most fixed line telephones are free to the caller.
  • Calls made from public/mobile telephones or from overseas may be charged at a timed rate.

Or via email using the online form in LEO.

Page last updated on 07/01/2021

Learning & teaching

Please contact the Learning and Teaching Centre for professional development, resources and advice for your learning and teaching needs at ACU.

LEO support

Available 8am-10pm Sydney time, Mon to Fri,
9am-5pm Weekends and public holidays
Closed Good Friday and Christmas


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