As a leader in an organization that has a contract with Loops you can, in short:
build your own loops using your own material and online resources
build loops with colleagues you have invited
use loops from the Public Enterprise library by showing them on a screen, starting or remixing them.
use loops in your organization’s own library by showing them on a screen, starting or remixing them.
start loops you have built or found in the library and invite participants to work in them and colleagues to collaborate in the loops.
start loops for leaders and invite colleagues to work in them
track participants’ and/or colleagues’ work in a distributed loop and give them formative feedback
see an overview of your participants’ work under My participant overview
save copies of started loops you have continued building on
publish loops to your own organization’s library
share a loop to people who don’t have a Loops account, via link.
Depending on what settings the administrator for the organization has made, sometimes you can also:
invite participants and leaders to your organization
remove participants and leaders from your organization
create and edit groups of participants