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Possible to registrate attendance in minutes and not percentage

The case is that Itslearning calculate the student's absence in percentage on the basis of the amount of teaching. This means that there can be a big difference in how much students in different classes can have from legitimate absence (up to 15%) depending on how good their teachers are are at remembering to register the absence.

It would be nice if itslearning could show the student's total recorded absence in time (eg. minutes) as the percentage display - as it works now - is misleading if there are days when teachers have not registered the student's absence.

  • Reem El-khatib
  • Dec 5 2022
  • Not selected for implementation
Country DK
Category Other
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    Product Team commented
    16 Dec, 2022 01:16pm


    Thanks for your input. It is not clear to me if you are using the modern "Higher education" attendance system or the old one creaated for the K12 (primary+secondary) market.

    We do not have current plans for extending either of these systems, but we'll leave the idea open for voting and it would be good if you could specify if this is the modern system (available in the calendar) or not.

    The itslearning Product team.