Skipping Class? Sensors Are Watching

“Students at Northern Arizona University who hope to skip large lecture courses may have more trouble doing so this fall: The university is installing an electronic system that measures student attendance. The university is using $75,000 in federal stimulus money to install the system, which will detect the ID cards students are carrying as they enter large classrooms …” (more)

[Andrea Fuller, Chronicle of Higher Education, 27 April]


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