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Thread: I turned in my flash drive to a teacher....is there a way i can tell if she used it?

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    Hey,

    So, since you read my title, you know that I turned in my flash drive to my ELA teacher with a video on it,
    And I really do not think that she viewed it because if she did she would have said something because it had some clips from a movie (which WAS related to my topic by the way that had some nudity and strong language in it ),
    anyway,
    I got my project back today and i haven't even plugged it in my PC yet,

    And im just wondering is there a way that i can see if she accessed my flash drive from her PC? Something like the 'Last Modified' section only it told me the last time it was viewed??

    This may be a stupid question, but i just want to see if she viewed what i worked SO hard on (Like 10 mouse clicks to be exact!)

    Thanks,

    Tanner.

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    lightshow's Avatar Asleep at the wheel
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    if you right click the video file and go to properties, you can view

    date created
    date modified
    date accessed

    The date accessed is the last date it was viewed.
    I miss the days of random nut '03
    Click for more activation options, then activate by telephone. Run the keygen.
    if I call them, aren't they going to get me? (you know, down there)

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    Turning in homework has changed quite a bit over the years.



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    I'm quite amaze at this!!! Soon hand writing will be extinct

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    mbucari1's Avatar Poster BT Rep: +35BT Rep +35BT Rep +35BT Rep +35BT Rep +35BT Rep +35BT Rep +35
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    in one of my courses last year, there was no book and we NEVER used paper or a writing implement. Of course, it was a computer course.

    But things are definitely changing. More and more assignments are now being completed and submitted online. After all, it does make it easier for everyone (Except the computer illiterate )

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    I agree, this year I myself submitted many assignments through my thumb drive.

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