Changes in ANGEL policies govern the long-term retention of course information, the expiration of ANGEL accounts, and control over creating and maintaining ANGEL groups and individual accounts.
Non-Brockport Users: The ability for staff and faculty to create guest and test accounts in the system will be removed and a formal request process will be required for generating these accounts. These requests should be submitted to the IT Help Desk and include the guest’s name, email address, account sponsor, course/group for which access is needed, and duration of access. Requests will be fulfilled in a timely basis by the ANGEL Support Team. These accounts will be tracked and removed after their intended purpose is served.
Affiliate Groups: Continue to allow faculty and staff to create groups, but require a formal process for adding affiliate users as outlined in the non-Brockport user policy above.
Mass Disabling of Courses: Courses from the previous semester will be disabled approximately three weeks into the next semester. The course data will still be available to the instructor and can be re-enabled as needed.
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