LEO Network focuses on "observing" as opposed to "monitoring".
LEO defines observing as an individual perceiving an event that is location- and time-specific. Such observation is in contrast to monitoring, which LEO defines as ongoing collection of quantitative data.
LEO Network considers observations a critical first step in the learning process. They are the first expression of a problem and a source for important insights about the event background.
The LEO Network invites people with different knowledge backgrounds to join into a discussion and help explore and address an event or a series of events.
Last Updated Jul 7, 2016