A person who gives lectures, esp. as an occupation at a university or college
lector: a public lecturer at certain universities
someone who lectures professionally
(lecture) a speech that is open to the public; "he attended a lecture on telecommunications"
deliver a lecture or talk; "She will talk at Rutgers next week"; "Did you ever lecture at Harvard?"
(lecture) a lengthy rebuke; "a good lecture was my father's idea of discipline"; "the teacher gave him a talking to"
(lecture) call on the carpet: censure severely or angrily; "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"; "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"; "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"
Lecturer is an academic rank. In the United Kingdom, lecturer is a position at a university or similar institution, often held by academics in their early career stages, who lead research groups and supervise research students, as well as teach. ...
A lecture is an oral presentation intended to present information or teach people about a particular subject, for example by a university or college teacher. Lectures are used to convey critical information, history, background, theories and equations. ...
A person who gives lectures, especially as a profession; A member of a university or college below the rank of assistant professor or reader; A member of the Church of England clergy whose main task was to deliver sermons (lectures) in the afternoons and evenings
(lecture) A spoken lesson or exposition, usually delivered to group; To teach, by giving a speech on a given topic; To berate, to scold
(Lecturers) these nurses are not employed by the NHS. Instead they work full time in universities, both teaching and performing research.
(Lecture) teaching method in which the teacher or professor presents information orally to the students who take notes and ask questions.
A lecture is a presentation on a particular subject or topic given by a member of the academic staff to a large number of students. Generally, students listen and take notes.
(Lecture) Common method of instruction in college and university courses; a professor lectures in classes of 20 to several hundred students. Lectures may be supplemented with regular small group discussions led by teaching assistants.
(Lecture) A class session in which the instructor speaks on a specific topic or topics for the entire class period. A very common method of college instruction, lectures require a strong note-taking strategy.
(Lecture) A speech read or delivered before an audience or class for instruction or to set forth some subject.
(Lecture) The full class meets during the lecture portion of a class and the primary emphasis is on the instructor lecture.
(Lecture) Large, formal classes in which lecturers present course material to all students enrolled in a given subject.
(Lecture) A session where an academic presents to students enrolled in a unit of study, generally in a lecture theatre.
(Lecture) An art of transferring information from the notes of the lecturer to the notes of the students without passing through the minds of either
(LECTURE) A course in which the subject matter is communicated orally to a class with low student interaction.
(Lecture (LEC)) LEC is the code to denote a traditional classroom course. Students meet on campus according to the published schedule of classes.
(Lecture) A course in which the instructor’s primary emphasis is on transmitting a body of knowledge or information, explaining ideas or principles, and/or modeling skills. ...
(Lecture) A discourse given before an audience or class intended to teach something.
(Lecture) A presentation, normally done by one or more speakers. It doesn’t contain any “substructures” such as contributions.