Direct access to ANGEL content ends in October

The last day faculty, staff, and students can access ANGEL course content on their own will be October 31, 2017. Beginning November 1, access to ANGEL courses will be available by request on a first-come, first-served basis. There may be a delay in fulfilling requests, depending on the number received, so faculty and staff who have courses in ANGEL are urged to export a copy of their ANGEL content (http://kb.its.psu.edu/cms/article/212), and/or move them now to Canvas.   

Faculty who need assistance moving content to Canvas have several options:

Contact the TLT Instructional Support Team. The team can answer questions during Virtual Office Hours (http://canvas.psu.edu/tlt-virtual-office-hours/) or move a course for faculty who complete a Conversion Assistance Request (http://canvas.psu.edu/course-conversion-assistance-request/).

Register for a “Transferring Content to Canvas” (http://bit.do/TransferContent) training session.

Learn more about the process in the Canvas Learning Path(https://psu.instructure.com/courses/1741795/pages/3d-create-content-page...).

Reach out to the Canvas Liaison for your campus or college  (http://canvas.psu.edu/canvas-liaisons/).

 

October 31 is also the last day for faculty, staff, and students to directly access ANGEL Groups’ content. Box, Yammer, Sites at Penn State, and Qualtrics are four alternatives that ANGEL Group users should consider as a replacement. (http://bit.do/PSUANGELGroups)

 

The last day to teach in ANGEL is August 11. Students who have requested a deferred grade for a course taught in ANGEL will need to work with their faculty to make sure they have access to necessary course materials during the deferral period.

 

Details on requesting access to ANGEL content after October 31 will be provided at a later date.