You Can Now Use Location-Tracking Tools to Track Down Your TA’s — Should You?
Monday, February 23, 2009
Norman M. Sadeh, a computer-science professor at Carnegie Mellon University, knows exactly where his research assistants are. He can just pop open his laptop and see their locations on a Google map, represented as push-pin-like icons scattered around the campus. And his colleagues can track him, too — well, at least during weekdays when he’s in town. Read the article online from The Chronicle of Higher Education – Wired Campus Blog.