A conference or other meeting for discussion or training
A class at a college or university in which a topic is discussed by a teacher and a small group of students
any meeting for an exchange of ideas
a course offered for a small group of advanced students
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A class held for advanced studies in which students meet regularly to discuss original research, under the guidance of a professor; A meeting held for the exchange of useful information by members of a common business community
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(Seminars) n.: From "semi" and "arse", hence, any half-assed discussion.
(Seminars) smaller discussion groups, say, between 6 and 15 students, more common in Arts and Social Science faculties.
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Any meeting for exchanging information and holding discussions. Sometimes these are problem-solving sessions where the participants have similar needs or problems identified.
A seminar is, ideally, a small-group teaching situation in which a subject is discussed, in depth, by the participants.
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A seminar generally refers to upper-year courses where the number of students is small and the emphasis is on discussion amongst the professor and his/her students. See also "tutorial".
A class that has a group discussion format rather than a lecture format.
is a meeting that calls for a high degree of participation; primarily used for training purposes. The leader is both a content expert and a discussion leader. The term may also be used about a group of experienced people who wish to share their experiences. ...
A small class (generally about 12-15 students) engaged in the study of a specific subject under the mentoring of a faculty member. Typically only offered at the junior, senior, and graduate levels.
A learning session for a fixed number of participants, in which each member is expected to contribute usually led by an expert in the subject of the seminar.
A small group of students studying a subject under direction of a faculty member. Although practices vary, students may do original research and exchange results through informal lectures, reports, and discussions.
An opportunity for small-group discussion and presentations, which are often linked to lectures, and give every student a chance to participate and develop his or her skills.
Features regular, formal meetings, a syllabus, and discussions of assigned readings. Generally limited to twelve participants.
A teaching class, overseen by a lecturer, in which anything from half a dozen to about 35 student discuss and maybe even do exercises. They're similar to tutorials but involve more students.
Normally a discussion-based meeting of a smaller group of students, led by a tutor.