I'm working on planning a workshop on how to organize and plan a talk-- how to turn your results into a presentation that your audience can understand. I try to make all my workshops interactive, and for this one, I'd like to have the participants critique some real talks. I don't want to pressure people to share their own work (I'm afraid no one would show up), so I thought I could show some videos. However, I'm having lots of trouble finding appropriate ones. I would like to show a couple of short talks (5-10 minutes) so that we have time to discuss them, which rules out most invited talks and conference talks.I did find some lovely mini-lectures from University College London, but I'm not sure how well they'll work since they're staged (not for a live audience), and also are intended for the public, so there's no powerpoint in them. Does anyone's department videotape their works-in-progress talks and make the videos publicly available?
sources for biology seminar videos
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