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The customary code of polite behavior amongst the academic world.

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At the beginning of your next class, announce: Phones and laptops will not be needed in this class. If you must use your phone briefly during class, I will ask you to step out into the hall to do …
answered Feb 3 '17 by aparente001
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I don't think you're doing anything incorrectly. Sometimes people get busy, sometimes people are thoughtless and inconsiderate. I'm afraid you're going to have to use a combination of persistence an …
answered Nov 22 '15 by aparente001
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I asked my German spouse, who says there's a great deal of variability in German academia, and recommends asking: Ich bin ein Bißchen verwirrt, wie ich Sie anreden soll. Was wäre Ihnen am liebste …
answered Dec 24 '17 by aparente001
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I like the headphones idea, and perhaps a baseball cap, worn rather low, would help in a similar way. Some more ideas: You could put an embroidered sign on your cubicle wall (or a calligraphy versi …
answered Sep 27 '15 by aparente001
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Regarding (1), you could safely say something general and vague, such as "The talk was very well received, congratulations." Regarding (2), simply speak for yourself, unless you are the expert …
answered May 3 '17 by aparente001
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It's generally safe to err on the formal side -- except when you're concerned your communication might come across as cold. In your case, as an undergraduate, it's even safer to go formal if in any d …
answered Mar 1 '18 by aparente001
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I don't know what country you're in, or what pedagogical approach is used at your institution. When I look at your question in the context of the general university culture in the U.S., it's rather h …
answered Feb 1 '17 by aparente001
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If shaking hands feels good to you, go for it! People in the U.S. tend to get a little lazy about it, but for most people, it's good to have more opportunities for touch with other human beings. (Th …
answered Sep 3 '15 by aparente001
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You are a sympathetic listener, and since you are on staff with the department, students may feel some hope that you would be an effective advocate for them. I have my doubts about that, however. No …
answered Aug 31 '15 by aparente001
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It sounds like it would give you pleasure and satisfaction to lay it on thick for this special occasion. I think it would probably please your friend, too! I will suggest something pompous and hopef …
answered May 31 '17 by aparente001
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I will offer an alternative solution for you to consider. Assert yourself. Here's an example of how this can be done in English: I'm not accustomed to being spoken to that way. Disengage. If …
answered Mar 15 '18 by aparente001
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You do not need to attend all 12! If anyone questions your absences -- which I doubt they will (people may well not even notice) -- you can say you are up against some deadlines, and also mention nee …
answered May 27 '15 by aparente001
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Lieber Herr Professor G, ach, meine Güte, after working intensely for the last three weeks on the interesting assignment you gave me, I just realized I misread JSF (Java Server Faces) in your …
answered Dec 22 '15 by aparente001
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I wonder... if I should take the advice. It's a very individual decision. Each person has his own level of privacy or publicness that he is comfortable with. Your post gives me the impression y …
answered Oct 18 '15 by aparente001
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Whichever you're more comfortable with would be fine. If there's another step involved, such as communicating with a department head, filling out a form, etc., the professor should be able to point y …
answered Aug 7 '15 by aparente001

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