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ANGEL 8.0 Student
QuickStart Tutorial

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Table of Contents

Table of Contents 2
ANGEL 8.0 Student QuickStart Tutorial 3
Conventions Used in This Manual 3
Using ANGEL 3
ANGEL Home Page 3
Power Strip 4
Nuggets 5
Home Page Components 5
Editing Your Personal Information 6
Elements of an ANGEL Course 9
Course Page 9
Calendar 10
Lessons 10
Resources Page 11
Communicate Page 12
Report Page 12
Navigating Within a Course 12
Course Guide 12
Section Tabs 15
Breadcrumbs 16
Course Syllabus 16
Submitting a Drop Box Assignment 17
Posting to a Discussion Forum 20
Replying to a Post 21
Nested View 23
Threaded View 23
Reply Counts 24
Viewing Your Post Score Via the Rubric 24
Taking an Assessment 24
Viewing Your Grades 28
Grades Nugget 28
Reports Console 29
Using Course Mail 30
Reading Mail 30
Composing a Message 31
Responding to a Course Poll 33
Changing Your ANGEL Theme 33

ANGEL 8.0 Student QuickStart Tutorial

This guide is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of ANGEL and its primary tools.

ANGEL is a web-based course management and collaboration portal that enables educators to manage course materials and to communicate with students. ANGEL can function both as a complement to traditional courses and as a site for distance learning.

With ANGEL, you can take surveys, quizzes, and tests; send and receive course mail; post messages to threaded discussions and chat rooms; upload assignments using online drop boxes; and more. You can check your progress and grades at any time during a course. You can also create groups and teams for project or committee work.

A significant portion of ANGEL's power lies in its capability to be tailored to specific institutional needs. Please note that because your institution determines which tools are made accessible, some parts of this guide might not apply to your use of ANGEL. Contact your institution's support desk if you have questions regarding ANGEL administration.

Conventions Used in This Manual

Typographic conventions used in this manual are as follows:

● Items in bold represent links, buttons, or fields that appear on the screen.

● Linked items (online help only) are underlined.

This text also features different types of special information:

|Icon |Description |
|[pic] |Tip: A type of note that helps users apply the techniques and procedures described in the text to their specific needs. A tip |
| |suggests an alternative method that might not be obvious and helps users understand the benefits and capabilities of the item. |
|[pic] |Note: Calls the user's attention to information of special importance. |
|[pic] |Reference: Refers the user to another source of information. |
|[pic] |Caution: Advises users of actions that could potentially cause problems. |
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Using ANGEL

Browsers: The following browsers are supported in ANGEL 8.0:

Windows: Internet Explorer 8 and 9, Firefox 3.5, 3.6, 4, 5, Google Chrome 10, 11, 12

Mac: Firefox 3.5, 3.6, 4, 5, Safari 5, Google Chrome 10, 11, 12

Operating Systems:

Windows: XP, Vista, Win 7

Mac: OS X 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, and 10.7

Pop-up Blockers need to be disabled

ANGEL Home Page

Once you log in to ANGEL, you will be on your Home page. Here is where all of your courses will be listed, as well as any community groups of which you are a member.

Power Strip…