Professors fear lectures will be shared with “right wing sites” as more classes go online due to coronavirus

As more lectures go online because of the coronavirus pandemic, some professors are worried that what they’re teaching could be exposed to “right wing sites” and are discussing ways to limit the distribution of what they teach online.
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23 Responses to Professors fear lectures will be shared with “right wing sites” as more classes go online due to coronavirus

  1. Midwest Chick says:

    When someone gets that scared about another person seeing what they are doing, then down deep they know they are doing something wrong. If I were them. I would be more afraid of the parents seeing the biased tripe they are spewing. But they will blame the right wing when parents start pulling their kids and they ultimately lose their jobs.

  2. C.R. says:

    What are they afraid of ? If the stuff they are “teaching” is worth teaching to one group , it ought to be worth sharing with all ! What are they trying to hide ?

  3. Elder Nerd says:

    I think it very interesting that in their comments, that they see nothing wrong at all with what they are teaching. These people are irredeemable, they will NEVER change their ways or stop spreading their hate and intolerance through the indoctrination of the extremely impressional youth.

  4. FrankP says:

    Cockroaches and bright lights come to mind…

  5. nonncom says:

    It’s a bitch trying to keep the socialist propagandizing under wraps outside the classroom….

  6. Professor hale says:

    In earlier times, the issue would have been maintaining control over intellectual property. The fact is, regardless of content, once you video the entire class, the instructor is now obsolete. You NEVER need him to teach that class again.

    • Midwest Chick says:

      it is interesting that they didn’t mention intellectual property at all. That is generally their go-to excuse when called on their classroom related BS.

      • FrankP says:

        Do what? They’re teachers passing on what someone else taught them. There is no IP.

        Their arrogance is beyond extraordinary.

  7. Cederq says:

    Professors are afraid parents are gonna hire cult de-programmers for their kids if they listen to even one lecture and pull their kids out of school and hire lawyers for the lawsuits that would develop.

  8. Padawan says:

    This is the stupidest thing I’ve seen…next to the mainstream media fuled panic and over blown hype over a virus.

  9. The Rat Fink says:

    It’s gonna get real crowded behind the refrigerator…

  10. The Rat Fink says:

    Now that I think of it, “perfessers” will probably be toning down their rhetoric when they know they may be viewed by anyone. Many of the students will pick up on this right away and call them out for the hypocrites that they are!

  11. gadgetetc@aol.com says:

    Sunlight is a great disinfectant.

  12. brad says:

    Presumably profs in the social sciences. Anyway, profs more intent on politicking than on teaching. As someone else said, if they’re worried about public reactions to their material, they know that they are doing something they shouldn’t.

    FWIW I’m a prof, too, but in a technical field. My lecture videos are public.

  13. ChuckN says:

    It’s not just college Prof’s either. Many high schools are in the same boat; and I can tell you a good many teachers I’ve run across are utterly petrified of showing their faces online for all to see. However, I would also say there’s a split between those who know their indoctrination will catch them grief and those who the Dept. of Ed. has deemed highly qualified but us normals will see them as having the cognitive capacity of a dead cat.

  14. Mike says:

    Only the campus communists are afraid of their lectures being seen by the public.

  15. Howard says:

    My daughter recently had a group project in a senior level math course at one of the UCs. The subject of this group project — in a math course — was: The Long Term Detrimental Effect of White Colonialism on Africa.

    Yeah, if I had been the professor pedaling that bullshit as a math course, I would be terrified others would find out about it.

  16. crawfisher says:

    When I was in engineering 40 years ago, it would have been a hoot to have someone record the classes. Half of them were taught in broken English due to the profs were from India, Pakistan, or some other 3rd world hellhole. Second, you would have to know calculus to decipher what was being taught.
    Friggen liberal arts morons, got laid, but got a worthless degree

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