Students at the Universit La Sapienza will soon be able keep up with classes even when too exhausted to make it out of bed, by logging onto a live broadcast of their lectures. The Dipartimento di Scienze della Communicazione e Sociologia has announced that by the end of June, its 15 classrooms will be equipped with television cameras and microphones, enabling lessons to be broadcast live and received on a computer via a telephone line. Students will also be able to watch their teachers on the latest generation of mobile videophones, replaying lectures wherever and whenever they want.

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