Teaching online guidebook

Help and support

If you have a problem in FLO, contact your local eLearning support team in the first instance. If no-one is available and the problem is urgent, contact flo.help@flinders.edu.au (central support). 

A common problem is that FLO is not supported well by your browser. See browser requirements recommended for using systems applications at Flinders University (including FLO). Google Chrome or Firefox are recommended.

If students have a technical problem in FLO, refer them to FLO Help for students (you can link to this site from the Help and support pull-down menu in the grey toolbar in FLO). This site will also link them to a Helpdesk phone service.


The Learning online guidebook helps students understand the FLO interface and use its tools effectively for their studies (be an active learner). You can link to this resource for students from your topic.

How to

eLearning Gateway (for all things elearning)
  • Topic design basics – for ideas around social presence, active strategies, connectivity, constructive alignment, assessment, narrative etc