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Communications & Speech Resources
African American History: Major Speeches (from the Black Past Digital History Project)
Allyn & Bacon, Public Speaking Guide/Tutorial
American Leaders Speak, recordings from the Library of Congress
American Rhetoric
Barack Obama, Speeches & Remarks (White House)
Best Commencement Speeches Ever (Collection of more than 300 speeches from 1774- )
Communication Studies, Index of Online Resources (from the Univ. of Iowa)
Earliest Voices (from the Vincent Voice Library, MSU)
Enhancing Presentations for the Multimedia Generation
ESL Teaching Guide for Public Speaking (from Cengage Learning)
Example Speeches (Collection of Archived Speeches, from Colorado State)
Feminist.Com Collection of Women's Speeches
Fundamentals of Communication Resource Center (from Cengage Learning)
Gifts of Speech: Women's Speeches from Around the World
Guide to Research for Oral Presentations (videos from Baruch College)
Hear Names (Learn to Pronounce Names Correctly)
History & Politics Out Loud
Houghton Mifflin Speech Communication Resource Center
Informative Speaking Writing Guide
Interactive Chart for using Visuals for Teaching & Learning
Media History Digital Library
Political Speeches Resources page (from Wake Forest)
Poster Sessions Writing Guide
Presentation Zen, Top Ten Slide Tips
Presidential Speech Archive (Scripps Multimedia Archive)
Public Speaking Resource Center (from Cengage Learning)
Say it Plain a century of great African American speeches
Speech Communication Resource Center (from Cengage Learning)
Speeches and Speech Makers Portal
State of the State Speeches Collection, 2013
State of the Union Addresses (1790- present)
State of the Union Speech of President Obama, 2014 (from the Washington Post)
University of Pennsylvania, Presentations Resources page
Using Overheads & Visuals
Using PowerPoint for Better Learning
Using Visuals and Visual Learning
Vincent Voice Library
Visual Thinking Teaching Guide (Vanderbilt)
Whitehouse Tapes.Org (recordings from 1940- 1973, 6 presidents)

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