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Welcome to the Southeastern guide for Speech Communications. Use the tabs at the top to find sources and information to help you research your topic.
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How to present your speech
Speech Communications not only requires speaking and presentation skills. It requires quality research.
You may need to start with an encyclopedia to get an overview of your topic. Your next step is to see if there is an Opposing Viewpoints book on your topic. Check out this link. Then take your research to the next level with scholarly journal articles.
Getting ready to finish the Reference page?? Don't forget to check out the tab on APA formatting!
A guide to help you through the research process. This walks you through the research, organization and final revisions of you speech or paper.
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