Tuesday, June 24, 2008

KUMC Wins ANGEL Impact Award for Exemplary Course

ANGEL Learning awarded a team from the University of Kansas Medical Center an ANGEL Impact Award for Excellence at the annual ANGEL User Conference in Cincinnati, Ohio. The award recognizes a joint University of Kansas School of Allied Health and Teaching & Learning Technologies Department project for improving the quality of online learning. Titled "Extreme Course Makeover", the award-winning project optimizes ANGEL Learning Management Suite features to incorporate instructional best practices into online courses and make online learning active.

Award recipients are:
  1. Lisa Bittel, Professor and Chair, Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation Services
  2. Dave Antonacci, Director of Teaching & Learning Technologies
  3. Stephanie Gerald, Education Technology Liaison to School of Allied Health
For more information, visit http://www.angellearning.com/community/impact/2008kumc.html

Posted at 12:32PM Jun 24, 2008 by dantonacci in Presenting

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

Flash Issues in IE7

Some users have recently reported difficulty directly viewing Flash content (files ending in the .swf extension) in Internet Explorer 7.

Microsoft is aware of the issue and has posted a support document which includes workarounds:


This issue only affects users accessing the swf file directly and not html pages in which the Flash file is embedded.  For this reason, we recommend that you contact your school liaison or e-support specialist if you wish to post Flash content to your Angel course.  They will assist you in preparing the file for upload.

Please contact TLT (588-7107) with any questions or concerns you may have regarding this issue.

Posted at 03:14PM Jun 17, 2008 by pwilhauk in ANGEL