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I'd like to get my hands on any videotapes of presentations (to small and
large groups; to the camera or not) and techniques (good and bad). My
undergraduate students - to whom I give a Technical Communication course and
for whom English is a VERY foreign language - have never seen presentations
of any kind (except from their teachers and professors). Any pointers to
John Milton Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
LCJOHN -at- USTHK -dot- UST -dot- HK