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Video 1: Types of Sales Presentations
Description: When making a sales presentation there are different types based on your goal. Learn what types of sales presentation you should make to achieve your sales goal.

Video 2: Finding Speech Topics
Description: Official Toastmasters Organization How to Video on steps to finding a speech topic.

Video 3: How to Pick a Speech Topic: Analyzing Your Audience
Description: A great speech topic depends on your audience. Get tips for analyzing your audience before speaking in this free video clip from a professional public speaker.

Video 4: Speech Preparation: Audience Analysis
Description: Five steps to take to customize your presentation to the needs of the audience?

Video 5: Organizing Your Speech
Description: Learn how to organize your speech into parts in this free video clip from a professional public speaker.

Video 6: Computer Program Helps Colleges Fight Plagiarism
Description: How colleges across the country are dealing with student plagiarism using a computer program called Turn it in.

Video 7: Katie Couric on How to Conduct a Good Interview
Description: How Katie Couric gets people to give information in interviews.

Video 8: Using Evidence in Persuasive Speeches
Description: How we must use evidence to change opinions and attitudes of the listener.

Video 9: Citing Sources in Your Speech
Description: Learn how cite different types of research orally in a speech.

Web 1: The Six Main Purposes of Presentations
Description: The six main purposes of presentations, with examples, from the Toastmasters organization.

Web 2: The Art of the Wedding Toast
Description: NY Times article about what makes for a great, and not so great, wedding toast.

Web 3: How to Structure a Presentation
Description: Basic techniques to structuring a sound presentation, with examples.

Web 4: Structure Your Presentation Like a Story
Description: A different perspective on structuring a presentation using a “what is” and “what could be” approach.

Web 5: Researching Your Topic
Description: Types of research and guidelines on when to use them.

Web 6: APA Website Citation
Description: Learn how to cite sources in a bibliography in APA style.