Beginning of Term (for Web-Enhanced Only)
Step 1 - Develop your content in a Web-enhanced Development Course
After completing the training, Faculty members request and create content in a Web-Enhanced Development Course - See Request form. Faculty members can request a Web-Enhanced Development Course for each course they teach (ex. ENC1101). There will only be one Development for each course for each instructor.
Step 2 - Designate class as Web-enhanced in Odyssey
ANGEL works together with MDC’s Registration System (Odyssey). Integration between Odyssey and ANGEL supports creating Live Courses by automatically enrolling students registered for Reference #’s associated with ANGEL classes. Faculty and Instructional Designers do not add registered students to ANGEL classes. Here are the steps:
Prior to the beginning of the term, faculty will copy the content located in their Development Course into their Live Course. This step will need to be completed for each Reference #. See Copy Course Handout for step-by-step instructions on this process. You are welcomed to stop by any of our Open Labs for assistance on this step.
IMPORTANT - ANGEL Student Support
It is the Department of Virtual College (and not CT&D) who handles all student-related ANGEL issues. If a student is encountering problems, especially with a log-in issue, here are the options:
1. Online: The student can submit a "Trouble Ticket" detailing the issues through this link: http://esupport.mdc.edu/ics/support/default.asp?deptID=5308
2. By Phone: The student can call The ANGEL Student Support Desk at: 305-237-3800.
3. In Person: The student can visit the Department of Virtual College at Wolfson Campus in Room #3704.
End of Term:
Export / Save or Print course activity
Preparing for next Term
Important - Please do not backup or copy courses during Finals Week.
These instructions are for your Web-enhanced or Blended Course -- Please contact your instructional designer in the Virtual College for specific questions and assistance with VC courses. Contact Dr. Haydee Navarro (email@example.com ) if you do not know your instructional designer.