| ` Still one of the main ways of conveying information to students, in the medieval period lectures came in several varieties. Cursory lectures were given by BA s, and consisted of a reading of a text (since texts as such were beyond the means of most students), perhaps accompanied by a very elementary commentary. Ordinary lectures , were given between 6.0 and 9.0 a.m., and were delivered by regent masters for at least one year after their inception ; they might be attended by both undergraduates and BA s, and consisted of a detailed commentary on a specific text. Extraordinary lectures might be read by a master or bachelor on any day other than a dies legibilis , on any premises, and on any topic. |
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