Posts Tagged ‘Audio Lectures’

Why Audio Lectures are (in theory) a Great Idea

Why Audio Lectures are (in theory) a Great Idea

I can still remember the shock of discovering that Facebook wasn’t blocked from the computers at uni. Then I remembered: this isn’t high school any more. No more teachers hovering, making sure you’re doing your work. Responsible uni students would understand the computers are there for assignments, not for Facebook. I don’t know any one [...]

Lectures: Waste of Time or Rite of Passage?

Lectures: Waste of Time or Rite of Passage?

All throughout high school the prospect of attending university was always exciting; one thing that really appealed to me personally was attending lectures.  Thinking about sitting in those cool little chairs with the flip up tables with a notepad and a pen.  Lectures always seemed exciting to me as I’d seen lecture halls on television [...]

The Great “I’ll Just Listen to it Later” Myth

The Great “I’ll Just Listen to it Later” Myth

Uni is great, really. So Much. Fun. One of the things that make it so great is how different it is from high school. Fewer hours on campus (especially if you’re an Arts student!), no teachers taking attendance or pestering you to get assignments in on time, and even better lectures are recorded so (as [...]