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Welcome to the Library's research guide for SPE 103-003: Effective Speech!
What are we doing? After working through the material in this workshop and guide, students in Katerina Sfikas' SPE 103-003 section will be able to:
Identify information resources to support ideas in speeches
Apply search filters in general databases in order to narrow searches to relevant resources
Give credit to the original ideas of others through proper attribution and citation
After our library workshop on March 7, this guide will continue to be available for the remainder of the Spring 2022 semester. Use it to locate topics and resources for your SPE 103 speeches. Let's get started!
Rebecca Sedam. Librarian
Division of Liberal Arts
SPE 103: Effective Speech
This course offers opportunities to develop capability in oral communications. The content includes rhetorical theory, organization and structure of ideas, techniques for general speaking and listening effectiveness, & practical experience in individual and group presentations.