Angel Launches CMS Webinars


CMS/LMS developer Angel Learning is launching three new webinars covering course management systems specifically for K-12 educators. The idea of the webinar series is to show how CMSes can be of benefit to K-12 education, including curriculum alignment to state standards; remediation; professional development; and the incorporation of wikis and blogs into education.

The three new webinars include:

  • What a Learning Management System Can Do for K12 Schools, in which educators will share their experiences with using a CMS for credit recovery, professional development, and alignment of courses to state standards;
  • Using Angel in K-12, which will cover a broad range of topics, from state standards alignment to bullying to customizing CMSes for grade levels; and
  • Using Angel in a High School Environment, which focuses on remediation for high school students.

The webinars are being offered on a number of dates and times and are free. Educators can sign up for the webinars directly at the link below.

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