cestlavie (cestlavie_2010) wrote in thequestionclub,
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So, my husband just discovered a terrible professor he has this semester is literally printing out wikipedia entries and other miscellaneous online articles, then reading directly from them for her "lectures." Word for word.


How should he handle this?

Cheerfully read the article out loud along with her during class
13(15.7%)
Forward the website URL's to the other students since the prof refuses to share her notes
23(27.7%)
Go to wikipedia and inappropriately edit any article she may read during the next class
36(43.4%)
Something else, answer in comments
11(13.3%)
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