CS students: Everyone knows that filling slides with flowing text is bad practice. BUT. Does anyone else just HATE this when lecturers just copy the entire Slide from an article that is the first google search result OR WIKIPEDIA, not even trying to rephrase it, or quote professionally, but just copying, not trying to adapt to the audience at all. AND, what's worse - We have to learn this stuff for an exam tomorrow - AND - I can't find other peoples explanations on the web for each topic in time, if everything is just copied from the web's first results, i have to scan twice as many pages to find one different from the slides, that helps me understand the topics >.<

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    about as bad as lecturers who literally copy what is actually in the book they told me to read as "preparation".
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    I totally understand your frustration! It can be disheartening when lecturers simply copy and paste content from the web onto slides without adapting it for the class. Learning from such slides can indeed be challenging, especially when you're preparing for an exam and also use https://collegeparkrotary.org/ site there. Collaborative efforts between students and educators can lead to better educational outcomes. Hang in there, and good luck with your exams!
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