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Contrib: Attendance

Purpose

We are putting together some specifications and designs for a new tool that will track student's attendance. The idea is to have a simple table that lists each day the class meets where a teacher can insert in attendance records for each student.  I've heard there's been some interest in the community for a tool like this and it would be great to get the community involved. I'm hoping to get input from everyone about any ideas or features they'd like to see. Also, any collaboration with design, UI, or internationalization would help a lot.

Suggested Features

Please add additional features, but do not remove any.

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Task List

  1. handler

    Show a listing of dates (similar to a calendar, but in a spreadsheet-like format, rather than a monthly calendar-style view, and with the students names listed in one column on the left)

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  2. handler

    Have the ability to select only certain days of the week for viewing as the default for a particular site (for example, Mondays and Wednesdays only, if it is a M-W class)

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  3. handler

    Enter an attendance mark for each student for each date the class meets, such as P (present), A (absent), T (tardy), E (excused), H (holiday), etc. ability to assign numeric values 1 or 0 for persent or absent etc

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  4. handler

    Listing would be sortable by name, or specific date column

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  5. handler

    Students displayed could be filtered by group or section

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  6. handler

    Allow faculty to export and/or print the attendance data for offline-line record keeping if needed

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  7. handler

    Allow students to access the tool and view ONLY their own attendance data for that class

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  8. handler

    Faculty had a place where they could define the start and end dates of class for that term

    Priority MEDIUM
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  9. handler

    There were a way to tabulate the number of absences per user and record it somewhere easily visible to faculty and students

    Priority MEDIUM
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  10. handler

    The instructor could choose to assign points for attendance, and this data could be (optionally) linked to the gradebook to give an overall attendance score

    Priority HIGH
    baholladay
    Feb 08, 2011
  11. handler

    Ability for instructors to deducts points for absence (no points for attendence but if they miss a set number of classes they will lose a set amount of points from their total points)

    Priority MEDIUM
    rnarasi
    Feb 08, 2011
  12. handler

    Convenient API for writing meetings and for reading student attendance marks from other applications.

    Priority MEDIUM
    worohregger
    Feb 09, 2011
  13. handler

    It would be nice if students could mark their own attendance since many students have their own laptop/mobile device that can access the site (restricted IP, ect)

    Priority MEDIUM
    baholladay
    Feb 09, 2011
  14. handler

    If the instructor is marking off a whole list, rather than having to click in a cell and then type a letter, maybe just a quick 'click' onto the cell to mark them as present. Multiple clicks could toggle through the list of options perhaps.

    Priority MEDIUM
    baholladay
    Feb 09, 2011

Contributers

Please sign up if you are interested in contributing any effort towards this project.  Specify your interests.

Interest include: Analysis, Design, Frontend Coding, Backend Coding, Documentation, Testing, Internationalization

Name

Email

Interest 

Bryan Holladay

holladay@longsight.com

All

Reba-Anna Lee

RebaAnna.Lee@marist.edu

Analysis,Design,Testing and Documentation

Linda Saddington

l.m.saddington@hull.ac.uk

Analysis, Design, Testing, Documentation, Internationalization

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