Ideal for student library cards
- A brand new student is available in, even though their documents has been completed, an ID card is printed. This ID card includes a color picture from the student, their signature, along with a barcode or magnetic stripe.
- A student visits the library and also, since their ID card also functions as a library card, it's scanned to record the checkout particulars.
- A student visits the cafeteria, and rather than handing over money, they just get their ID card scanned. Because it also functions as a meal card, the quantity is subtracted from their student account.
- A student tries to go into the staff lounge, and it is not able to... as their special student ID card also functions as a security card, and it doesn't permit them accessibility staff lounge.
- Once the student makes its way into a class, they swipe their ID and therefore are marked present. Once they leave the class, they swipe again to ensure these were at school the entire time... and also to verify where these were last. In the event that student appears missing, the school's home security system knows where these were last - so when.
- A student would go to computer class, and swipes their ID to sign in to a pc. That computer then enables use of specific programs only... according to their pre-set set up access levels.
The ID cards can be used as faculty and staff.
Maintenance deck hands can get access to boiler rooms or any other mechanized areas, while students aren't able to enter. Office staff can get access to private computer records, as the student employees are refused. That much cla of peace of mind in any school system may appear sad to many people, however in present day world: it is a reality that should be addressed. Think about these details:
- The Nation's Center for Education Statistics informs us that 47.two million students were signed up for US public schools throughout the 2000-2001 school year... and there is one teacher for around every 14-16 students.
- College and college enrollment was 15.3 million in 2000, and that is forecasted to develop by 12-19% by 2012.