Learn about updates to Penn State's ANGEL course management system

August 10, 2009

ANGEL 7.3 learning opportunities available

Penn State’s Course Management System, ANGEL, has recently been upgraded from version 7.1 to version 7.3. The new version of ANGEL features enhancements to several existing tools and several new tools help course editors perform administrative tasks. There are also a few minor interface changes. Users can learn about the features of ANGEL 7.3 in the following ways:

-- Read the ANGEL Help and Information Guide article titled “ANGEL 7.3 New Features” at http://angelkb.ais.psu.edu/article.asp?article=1610&p=2 online.
-- During the week of Aug. 17-21, workshops will be offered on the following topics: "What’s New in ANGEL 7.3," "Course Gradebook" and "Start Using ANGEL in Your Course Right Away." To register, visit http://its.psu.edu/training/, then select the “register for training” link.
-- Attend an ANGEL Town Hall from 10 a.m. to noon on Aug. 25 in 116 Wagner on the University Park campus or via an Adobe Connect desktop videoconference. This is an open forum where in-depth exploration of new tools and features will take place. To register, visit http://its.psu.edu/training/, then select the “register for training” link.
-- To access a series of "ANGELshorts" on new features including course mail, the HTML editor, and discussion forums, visit the ANGEL Community Hub at http://ets.tlt.psu.edu/angel/ online.
-- Watch a recording of a previous What’s New in ANGEL 7.3 workshop at https://breeze.psu.edu/p42497699/ online.
-- Apply for a student technology learning assistant who can meet with you in your office to help you learn ANGEL and other technology skills by e-mailing tlatutors@psu.edu.

Last Updated August 10, 2009