Oxford Academic videos

Oxford University Press has a YouTube channel, Oxford Academic, with videos on many topics. For example, there are some Very Short Introductions to human evolution, behavioural economics, fungi, William Shakespeare, Iran, Buddhism, neoliberalism, etc. Here is Professor Jones of Norwich Business School on branding:

SPSS ebooks

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As many of our students know, SPSS is a computer program (aka software application) used for statistical analysis. UEA Library has several ebooks about SPSS, including: SPSS for Dummies by Arthur Griffith SPSS for Starters by Ton J. Cleophas and Aeilko H. Zwinderman SPSS Survival Manual by Julie Pallant INTO Resource Centre has a print… Read more SPSS ebooks

HSTalks again

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HSTalks are video lectures and case studies. UEA has access to the Business & Management Collection, which consists of 1,222 talks, 53 of which have been published so far this year. The lectures are accompanied by slides. Some have transcripts and subtitles, while some include questions. For example: Tesco: how supply chain strategy supports retail… Read more HSTalks again

Lingthusiasm

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Lingthusiasm is: A podcast that’s enthusiastic about linguistics! Make your boring commute or chores feel like a lively, nerdy, language-y dinner party with real linguists! Gretchen McCulloch (All Things Linguistic) and Lauren Gawne (Superlinguo) bring you into fascinating and hilarious half-hour conversations about the patterns behind language which you never realized you were already saying.… Read more Lingthusiasm

Learn English with Cambridge

Learn English with Cambridge is a new YouTube channel, with videos presented by five youngish teachers. The videos so far: 3 phrasal verbs to express excitement in English American vs. British English vocabulary differences Asking for and giving directions in English Common travel expressions in English Common mistakes with modal verbs in English Dietary requirements… Read more Learn English with Cambridge

Gesture

Did you know that blind people gesture when they speak? Or that blind Turkish speakers gesture like sighted Turkish speakers – but differently from English speakers? In this video linguists Lauren Gawne and Gretchen McCulloch discuss why we gesture when we talk: The Lingthusiasm blog post includes the links mentioned in the video, such as… Read more Gesture

Royal Institution Christmas Lectures

The Royal Institution Christmas Lectures are popular science talks given around Christmas each year. The first one was in 1825. They were started by the scientist Michael Faraday. They have been televised since 1936. You can watch the more recent lectures online: for example, Carl Sagan’s six lectures on the planets (1977) and last year’s… Read more Royal Institution Christmas Lectures