Frequently Asked Questions about LEO
Below are two groups of questions asked most often about Learning Experience Online, the new online classroom at University of Maryland University College.
The first group is general questions about LEO. The second group covers using LEO. Answers in the second group are linked to the Knowledge Base at Help@UMUC.
Check Get Help with Learning Experience Online for further assistance with LEO.
Learning Experience Online is the new online classroom at University of Maryland University College (UMUC). LEO is replacing WebTycho, our previous learning system.
Nothing is more important than giving our students the absolute best learning experience. That's why we launched Learning Experience Online, our new online classroom. LEO is packed with innovative technology and new features that will enhance your learning experience.
Please visit Get Help with Learning Experience Online. Our help page contains comprehensive support information.
We're in the process of phasing in LEO and retiring WebTycho, our previous learning system. So some of your courses may be offered in LEO, while others are in WebTycho. The transition should wrap up in the fall.
An interactive calendar makes it easy to track assignments, deadlines, and course events. You'll know exactly where you stand in a class with an enhanced progress tool, and audio messaging and other features enable you to easily receive feedback from your instructor and classmates.
Yes, you can access Learning Experience Online, the new online classroom at UMUC, on your smartphone and tablet.
We don't yet have a UMUC mobile application. For now, you can use the web browser on your mobile device to access Learning Experience Online, the new online classroom at UMUC. As soon as our application becomes available, we'll let you know.
The default setting for your calendar is to show events and activities for all of the classes you are taking in the new system. You can filter for a particular class by clicking into a detailed calendar view and selecting it from a drop-down menu.
As with any system, there may be outages. We'll notify you several weeks in advance of any scheduled system outage or maintenance to LEO. We'll also notify you if there's an unplanned system outage. In either case, notifications will be posted on https://campus.umuc.edu. LEO also has an alerts feature. We'll post notifications there, too.
There is NO file size limits for assignment submissions in LEO.
Note: If you submit large assignment files (ex. Several GB’s) on a slow internet connection, you may encounter a browser timeout issue due to the large file size. This is not related to size limits imposed by LEO.