Source: The Scientist: Magazine of the Life Science Shorten your text lines – long lines of text are more difficult to read, which is why magazines and newspapers always break … Continue reading
Overview Adaptive release allows instructors and course designers to release course content based on rules that they create; in other words, you can control what content is made available to … Continue reading
Discussion Boards can serve as a learning tool that fosters in-depth, academic discussion, an arena in which students work collaboratively or conduct peer analysis, or simply a place where they … Continue reading
Note: Warnings will be generated only when an instructor refreshes the Early Warning System and chooses to send out the warnings. The system keeps a searchable log of all alerts … Continue reading
Creating a Page Using the HTML Editor This tutorial will assist you in posting pages to Angel courses. To print this page for reference click on the Print link located … Continue reading
Would you like to include current thoughts and works of industry professionals into your course? Does your course refer to or rely upon current events? Are you wrestling with ways to include additional guest speakers in online course that cross time zones? One way to address these issues is through the use of RSS feeds.
We all get junk email and many times from the same source(s). You can filter or color code the Junk mail with the Outlook Organizer feature. To automatically delete, move, … Continue reading
To base a template on an existing document On the File menu, click Open. Open the document you want. To base a new template on an existing template On the … Continue reading