Here's a good example of what happens when words mean the opposite of what they are supposed to mean:
The defense of facetoface teaching is reinterpreted as a lack of care for students “shut out” of traditional courses. The sharing of original insights based on current research is the dull practice of “writing one's own lectures” or “oneway delivery of content,” while the use of class time to administer a commercial educational product is “student centered” and modern.
Read the whole thing. Leslie Bary's article on the value of faculty governance is an extremely important statement, one that I will be sharing with my colleagues on faculty senate here. The paragraph I saw here is also cited on Clarissa's blog, but I had noticed it before on earlier drafts of Leslie's article.