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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.
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.
Strange, I'm getting a pop-up window with the following text:
An exception has occurred
Please try one of the following to correct this:
* Click the Refresh button in your browser
* Close your browser, then login and try again
If neither of these options work you may wish to contact your support desk and provide them with this information about this situation.
* Exception ID: 32206
* A copy of the log entry for this exception (view log)
And I'm not seeing my groups. I just get the error that you can see in my subject field.
As of the summer II term, when ANGEL course editors are viewing their course roster, they can see each student's Penn State ID+ photo. This will assist instructors, particularly in large courses, with matching students' names and faces. The new feature is made possible through a collaboration between Information Technology Services and Housing and Food Services.
With the new feature, those with course editor rights can see a photo of each student when they access the course roster page and select the "Show Pictures" link in the toolbar.
ANGEL users should be aware that the recently released Internet Explorer 9 and Firefox 4 web browsers are not yet fully supported for use with ANGEL by Blackboard, the parent company of ANGEL. Users should continue to use Internet Explorer 7 or 8 or Firefox 3, as described in the "Recommended Browsers and Computers" topic in the ANGEL Help and Information Guide: http://kb.its.psu.edu/cms/article/6.
Blackboard is committed to supporting the Internet Explorer and Firefox updates as soon as possible, while ensuring through testing that they are compatible with the full range of ANGEL features. ANGEL support regrets any inconvenience this browser compatibility issue causes to users and will post an update when the issue is resolved.
On May 11, Information Technology Services installed ANGEL service pack updates from Blackboard. The updates addressed numerous issues that had been reported. These are detailed below.
The following issues have been fixed:
Information Technology Services has detected a minor error in the Course Submission and Consultation System within ANGEL.