[Technology 1071] Tryout periods
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Fri Jun 15 11:40:13 EDT 2007
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Harvard University has had a course 'shopping' period for over 150 years.
Here is their definition of it:
Shopping Period - The first five days of an academic term at Harvard, before
Study Cards are submitted for formal enrollment in a course, when students
can visit classes, sit in on lectures, and review syllabi and readings.