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My question involves learning Angel Management System to take a online-course.
I'm retired and not familiar with online courses. I would like to receive a board certification by taking a online course. The course is given through Angel Management System. The university told me I had to register, hence pay for the course to learn. Does anyone know if this is the only way to learn a management system?

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Asked by Foxford Thursday Feb 24th 2011 in Online Courses
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Regarding using Angel Management System. I'm also wondering if I should up grade my computer or if what I have is sufficient. At this point I have a Inspiron 1.40GHz504 MB of RAM I purchased the computer in 2006.

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Yes. Typically all online courses are offered through some sort of online management system. These management systems create a localized area for numerous teachers and students to interact without involving various other systems and platforms that may not be compatible with each other. The use of a management system is common, if not the norm, and are typically very user friendly. So, don't worry. You should have no problem beating the learning curve of learning through an online management system.

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