To be published, observations must meet a standard of professionalism and quality. The following six points are the basic qualifiers for a LEO observation or entry.
Specific - The observation or entry is an event that is time and location specific.
Witnessed - The event is witnessed by the observer, or submitted with a witness as a co-author.
Significant - The observation is categorized as either extreme, unusual or significant.
Complete - The observation or entry includes all the basic content needed - title, location, time, description, author and credits.
Appropriate - The content is professional and for the purpose of education, not political or to further personal agendas.
Respectful - The content is respectful of personal information, privacy and the general membership.
An observation that meets the LEO Network criteria can be published as a Project Report or as an Observation Report. The published reports are available on the website and via the mobile applications.
Last Updated May 25, 2016