Campus Labs member campuses may leverage a number of different features across the Campus Labs product portfolio in order to better understand the dynamics or history of physical co-location (which may or may not mean actual contact) between multiple individuals.
Engage platform does allow for tracking attendance at events (please see the overview of the tracking options included for free in all Engage sites, or information on our mobile solution which is available as an add-on licensed module). Because Engage is capable of collecting attendance data, you can run reports to show all the users who attended a single given event (this information can be retrieved via API as well), all event attendances for a given user, or run a report of all users who have attended any event attended by another single given user.
Campuses with access to both Campus Labs Baseline and Engage can use the Panels feature in Baseline to create a single panel of all students who have at least one attendance record from any among a manually-selected list of events. This information can be viewed on the screen in a paginated table of data and manually copy-and-pasted out page by page if necessary. Alternatively, panels can be tied to surveys which in turn allow for mass mailings to be sent to the panel members, prompting them to fill out an online survey.
Campuses with access to both Campus Labs Beacon and Engage can use the Involvement tab feature in Beacon to see a list of all event attendances for a single student. Beacon is also capable of showing offices, resource centers, or other locations a student has checked into (please see the overview of location check-in using Beacon).
Campuses with access to both Campus Labs Insight and Engage can use visualizations or queries to create views of all events attended by a given student and then a second set of visuals/queries for all attendances at those events. This information can then be exported to a spreadsheet or JSON format.