Technical Requirements for ANGEL

Technical Requirements for ANGEL

When taking a test in ANGEL, you must have an uninterrupted Internet connection. Wireless connections commonly experience intermittent interruptions. As a result, we do not recommend using wireless for testing in ANGEL.

The System check located on the ANGEL Login page will let you know which plugins you need to install as well as which web browser you are using. If any of the required settings or plugins are missing there will be a      next to its name.

Compatible Web Browsers:


Click the link next to the icon of your browser to view specific requirements for that browser. \

Microsoft Windows Operating Systems (Windows XP, Vista,7):

       Internet Explorer 9 (9 and above is recommended)

Firefox (Release update channel)

        Chrome (Stable release update channel)

Apple Mac Operating Systems :

         Safari 7


Firefox (Release update channel)

        Chrome (Stable release update channel)

Technical Requirements for Viewing Videos in ANGEL:

If your instructor is using links in ANGEL to LCCC video-streamed lectures or course information you will need an additional plugin not listed by the System Check.

Silverlight: This link will let you know if it is installed as well as allow you to download the plugin.  


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