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DISTANCE LEARNING ANGEL DOCUMENTS

Sometimes all you need is the right information! On this page, faculty and staff members can access a number of useful references for online teaching with Angel. Click on the name of a document and it will open in Adobe PDF format for reading or printing:

  • Distance Education Handbook: A Guide for Faculty and Staff: This document is a "must have" for all GC instructors who are teaching or plan to teach a distance education course. It contain general tips and guidelines for effective online teaching, the procedures and forms needed to bring a new class online, and Galveston College policies relating to distance education.

ANGEL Guides

Instructor Reference Manual
File Size: 32.7 MB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised: 04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

Instructor Quickstart Guide
File Size: 2.4 MB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised: 04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

Instructor Step-by-Step
File Size: 15.6 MB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised: 04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

Student Quickstart Guide
File Size: 2 MB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised:04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

ANGEL Desktop Sharing Quick Reference Guide
File Size: 68 KB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised:04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

ANGEL Whiteboard Quick Reference Guide
File Size: 47 KB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised:04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

ANGEL Insight Window Quick Reference Guide
File Size: 108 KB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised:04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

ANGEL 7.3 HTML Editor Reference Manual
File Size: 1.2 MB
Version: ANGEL 7.3
Last Revised:04/2008
Format: Adobe Acrobat

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Updated 11/1/2012 - Content Author amatthew