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The set of links are for online lectures. These links will help you improve your listening comprehension in academic contexts.
If you are an international student at Nottingham you might be eligible for free academic listening classes. To view the academic listening courses available at Nottingham University click here.
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Recorded by the BBC, the annual Reith Lectures are given by some of the most influential intellectuals in Britain.
Listen to eight complete lectures given at the University of Reading.
Gresham College has a large number of academic talks available online - you can choose from a wide range of subjects. Go to the menu section and choose a lecture.
Ken Heather from the University of Portsmouth has put together a series of economics lectures.
Dr Patrick Dixon has put many of his lectures online. One of his topics is human cloning.
The Vega Science Trust has put together an excellent series of science lectures.
Listen to a lecture on theories in psychology. This is useful not just for psychology students but for everyone. This will give you good listening practice for expressions and phrases all lecturers use when they give lectures.
Massachusetts Institute of Technology has put online over 200 public lectures on a wide range of topics..
St Edmunds College Cambridge University provides a series of online lectures examining the relationship between religion and society.
Audio lectures on basic Chemistry from The Alamo Community College
A wide range of lectures available. This link will send you to the advanced search page. Here you can select lectures by topic and/or video and audio lectures.
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