EFSC online courses known as eLearning, and hybrid courses, those which have face-to-face meetings plus online work, have online classrooms in a Learning Management System known as ANGEL. Many face-to-face classes also have information which can be found in ANGEL so check with your face-to-face instructor to find out if an online classroom will be used.
Beginning Summer Term 2014, EFSC will begin the transition from ANGEL to the Canvas Learning Management System, chosen because research shows it to be the most student-friendly LMS. Students in a limited number of classes will be using Canvas over the summer. Visit the Canvas web page for more details and a transition timeline.
EFSC will also continue to support ANGEL during this transition and more information
on that is below on this page.
To login to ANGEL, go to the following link: http://brevardcc.angellearning.com. Use your Student ID-number as your Username. Your birth date in the format MMDDYY is your initial password.
If you forgot your ANGEL password, on the ANGEL home page, http://brevardcc.angellearning.com, click on the link "I forgot my password" in the upper left hand corner. Enter your EFSC email address and click on the "Submit" button. An email will be sent to your EFSC email account including a link to reset your password. Once you receive the email, click on the link "Change password" and you will be taken to a website where you will enter a new password twice.
Do you have additional qustions about ANGEL? Some of your questions may be addressed in the list of ANGEL resources in the right column, which include tutorials, discussions and a list of commmon ANGEL questions.
IMPORTANT: If it is determined that persons other than the student are accessing a student's records in an ANGEL classroom, the student will be removed from the class and receive a final grade of "F." While students may have provided written consent for a third party to receive information regarding their educational records, that consent does not permit any other person besides the student to complete or access coursework within the classroom or online setting.