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A guide to researching others' speeches and finding material for your own speeches using materials at the Auraria Library
Last Updated: Dec 18, 2014 URL: http://guides.auraria.edu/publicspeaking Print Guide RSS Updates

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This page was written by Auraria's librarians to help students who are studying or writing speeches.  Check out the blue tabs to learn about various library resources for your project.  Also, see if there is a tab marked with your class number--some professors have highlighted specific resources for their students using these tabs.

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A little motivation...

Public speaking can be a little bit nerve-wracking.  Finding an interesting topic, or inspiration from great speakers throughout history, helps.  Here are some examples to start with: 

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