Students: Angel & e-Learning
e-Learning at Mount Ida College offers an exciting and convenient way to learn through courses and programs that are completely or partially online. The College uses an online course management system, Angel Learning, where materials are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, from any location. All academic services are embedded in each course and available online.
What Do I Need?
- Readiness Checklist - If you are considering taking an online or hybrid course through Mount Ida, you should be able to answer YES to all of these items! If not, please contact our office for help.
- Current Students register through the normal online registration process.
- Non-Degree Students register for courses through the Office of Continuing Education.
- Log on to Angel and find your course.
[To comply with the United States Federal Higher Education Opportunity Act, Public Law 110-315,] all faculty and administration at Mount Ida College must verify that the student registering for a course is the same student participating in all activity related to earning credit in the course.
Mount Ida College uses a learning management system for online and hybrid courses and students are assigned a unique student identification number. Students must use designated usernames and student-generated pass codes to participate in online, hybrid, and/or web-enhanced courses. Any student joining an entirely online course of study at Mount Ida College is additionally required to attend an on-campus orientation.
Students must provide complete and accurate information in all interactions with the College. Within each online and hybrid course, students must read and agree to the College’s Code of Academic Honesty, which outlines consequences of violations of the Code.
The small student-faculty ratio contributes to the faculty’s ability to become familiar with students and the manner in which they participate in their studies, further ensuring academic honesty. Faculty members engage students in pedagogically sound instruction including rich discussions and a variety of assessment techniques. Faculty of online and hybrid courses work closely with instructional technology specialists to develop and implement these methods which support academic integrity.Tips for Learning Online