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It's not OK for professors to hit on you. Hitting on professors isn't advisable either. 9. It's as important to learn the instructor as it is to learn the material. 10. Take notes even when you record lectures. If you can't understand the professor in person, there's no way you'll know what he's saying on tape. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2016 A. 1 What's the buzz? 1) Read the factoids on the previous page and discuss which ones you: a) were already aware of, b) find useful, c) are not sure you understand.
I realise that this is all very last minute, so I will understand if you can't … If you don't have time, then no problem. An alternative tactic is to underline that the amount of work you are requesting from the professor is very minimal: It's really only a couple of slides that I need you to look at. I don't think it will take more than five minutes of your time. 9 How can I make the most effective use of time spent with my professor during office hours? 'Office hours' refers to the times when professors are in their offices and are officially available to see students.
Difficult to contact and meet) - if you have such a supervisor you will need to work hard to establish a good working relationship as much of it will probably be via email or Skype. Always talk in positive and constructive terms, even if you become frustrated with the lack of face-to-face contact. It is generally a good idea to maintain a professional relationship and a certain level of distance - work will tend to be more productive in this way. So think carefully before moving into any kind of 'friendship'.