Angel LMS Integrates with Tegrity

Angel Learning this week rolled out enhancements to its Angel LMS (learning management system), bringing integration with Tegrity Campus 2.0, a widely used student achievement system.

According to Angel, the first higher ed institution to adopt the new enhancements was Santa Clara University in California. Said Santa Clara U CIO Ron Danielson, "Providing students with flexible media and technology tools to suit their individual learning styles and help them achieve their academic potential is an important element of our strategy to maximize student success. The integration of Tegrity Campus 2.0 with Angel LMS significantly simplifies the management of Tegrity recordings through Angel. This allows many more courses to record the classroom experience for later review, which we believe positively impacts student learning on our campus, without increases in support staff."

Tegrity Campus 2.0 provides, among other things, the ability to capture, search, and retrieve classroom lectures; online, podcast, and cell phone delivery of content;  digital note-taking capabilities; and various reporting functions.

The new enhancements to Angel LMS allow Angel users to access class recordings, digital notes, and podcasts from within the Angel learning environment through a single login. And it allows allows Tegrity to use Angel LMS' course and enrollment data to organize content and manage user access.

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