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Is there is a setting in Angel for discussion forums where you can set a date for when posts will no longer be accepted but still allow students to read what had been contributed? I tried setting the Stop Accepting Submissions date under the Interaction tab, but could not view any of the posts after that. I also tried setting access for the entire time they should be able to see it and interaction for when they are permitted to post, and that did not work either. Is there a way to do this in Angel?
I am just starting world campus this May for the summer semester and am feeling a bit overwhelmed with the ANGEL site. I am registered for classes but nothing is showing on my ANGEL page...is this normal? If there are any tips or advise anyone could give me I would truly appreciate it.
A faculty wants me to create a quiz with 17 questions. If the students get any 15 correct, then they receive 100%. Any correct answers above and beyond those 10 will be extra credit points. How do I do this in ANGEL without manual grading? We would also like to preserve the ability to randomize the questions.
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I was informed by ANGEL support today that when you are manually adding a course member and using the Account Search field, while formerly, you could search either for a user ID or the name, now you can only search for the user ID. I updated the Add a Course Member Knowledge Base article to reflect the change.
I'm glad to have stumbled upon this hub of communication. As a new graduate student, I'm unfamiliar with the ANGEL system as it wasn't around when I was an undergrad at PSU in the 90s. I'm set to begin classes next month (Systems Engineering Program) and don't see either of the two courses I'm taking listed for the fall semester (I do see other years/semesters). Will some folks please provides some feedback on when one expects to find their courses relative to the start of classes?