Registering your attendance just got easier!

Posted by rmt22 at Sep 15, 2016 03:54 PM |
A new way of registering your attendance at timetabled taught events has been introduced at the University.

The new service, where you just need to Touch Green to be Seen, is being launched for all campus-based taught students from the start of your Autumn Semester 2016.

How does it work?

Most of our teaching spaces have card readers installed inside. When you attend a teaching event, all you need to do is touch your student ID card against one of the readers in the room until it turns green. This will register your attendance at this event. When you do this for the first time, this may take up to five seconds as your card is being activated.

You can visit any attendance card reader to activate your card. They are located in most teaching spaces, the library help zone and the security lodge. If your student ID card consistently turns red when you touch the card reader, please contact the IT Service Desk on 0116 252 2253 or ithelp@le.ac.uk to update your card or arrange for a replacement card.

You should attend all lectures, seminars, practical sessions and other formal classes specified in your course timetable. You’ll need to register your attendance by touching your student ID card against a card reader at all of these sessions (unless otherwise notified).

For more information, please visit www.le.ac.uk/attendance.

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