Professor shames entire class by publishing students' browsing history

Lucy Pasha-Robinson
A professor published an entire class of students' browsing history: Twitter

A university professor publicly shamed his students by publishing a complete list of the class's internet browsing history.

Entitled "Things I Noticed EARTH 222/ENVIRON 232 Students Doing During Class", the disgruntled academic used a Powerpoint slide to demonstrate that his charges were not paying attention during the Earth 222 lectures.

University of Michigan undergraduate senior Tahany Alsabahi shared an image of the findings on social media.

Her post has been widely shared.

The list exposed common methods of procrastination such as browsing sites like Facebook and Amazon, to more obscure browsing, including "looking at pictures of sliced bread" and "photoshopping President Trump onto muppets".

Other bizarre items included, “buying $240 worth of turtle necks” and looking up pornography.