This forum topic is for students to self-organize study groups, etc.
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I think it's fine if you just sit and listen, I think theres a lot of people that attend office hours anyway. I know I've done that before for other classes and come up with questions during the session if I can come up with any. Hope that helped :)
Yeah, I agree with what the person said above. I think it's just supposed to be a casual/comfortable place to listen and talk. I went to the first one and Professor Lavelle talked about his class and students asked questions in between topics.
Last edited by Joanne Yuh 3I on Sat Oct 10, 2020 6:53 pm, edited 1 time in total.
Yes, I agree with all the other comments. I actually attended a few where I didn't have really specific questions. But just being there and hearing others' questions sometimes made me think of follow up questions to clarify a topic! They are all resources to help you in any way possible
I agree with the previous posts; you don't necessarily have to arrive with a question ready, its very helpful to hear other student's questions which could clarify any of your own questions. Sometimes people stray away from attending OH because they feel as though they need to have questions ready to go, I know from experience. As long as you attend, you'll find it very resourceful and often you come up with questions on the spot that you didn't know you had before. Hope this helps :).
As we can tell by the previous officious hours this year, many people come in to listen or gather information! You are not obligated to speak or even have your camera on! Office hours are useful as they will give you information, it also helps to build a relationship with Lavelle himself :)
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