Students to Check Out Drones from University Library

Students at the University of South Florida will soon be able to check drones out of its library for “school projects,” according to 10 News.

The network reports:

Further, the 10 News reports:

Students will need to take training courses before checking out the flying drones, explain the reason why they need to use it for a project and be accompanied by a faculty member while using it. They will not be allowed off campus initially unless professors insist on it and the students themselves are liable for anything that is broken on the $1,500 machine.

Nancy Cunningham, director of academic services, tells the news station, “I see us working with all kinds of departments.”

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