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Instructors: Call the roll easily, for free

There are a lot of instructors out there using Accudemia in their centers, but some colleges might not be using it for tracking attendance in the classrooms yet.  If you are one of them, you probably still need to use a piece of paper to call the roll.  That's not very practical and a waste of time considering that people use their cellphones to do basically everything nowadays.
The good news is that you don't have to wait until an attendance tracking system gets implemented across all the university; you can create an account and start calling the roll for free.

Also, there's something that makes this option even more interesting: you can get an RFID reader and tags really cheap and make your students register themselves when they get in the classroom.

If you want to create an account, just click here and register.  We are also offering free support to get you started quickly.  You will receive the instructions on how to get it on the confirmation email once you register.


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