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What is TED?


TED Parts & Bits

TED Class Activities

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TEDxTulsaCC - http://www.ted.com/tedx/events/20886

TED is not the only game in town
Ignite are a series of talks, available online, that are somewhat similar to TED Talks. Presenters get 20 slides and five minutes to make their point. It’s somewhat similar to Pecha Kucha presentations. The topics do not appear to generally be as wide-ranging as TED Talks, and seem to be more “geeky,” but some look pretty interesting.
Big Think has over 600 engaging interviews with “thought leaders.” In many ways, it is similar to TED Talks. One nice advantage is that they host the talks on their site, so it should get through school content filters

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