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Spotlight: Temple Grandin, Ken Robinson videos available online

Videos are now available online from two recent presentations at K-State by world-famous authors.

Temple Grandin’s “Animals and Autism” presentation Tuesday evening, Nov. 9, was delivered to an estimated 1,400 people who overflowed both Forum Hall and the Union Ballroom, not to mention reportedly thousands of online attendees.  The presentation is posted in two videos on the blog site of Food for Thought, the student group that sponsored the talk.

Sir Ken Robinson’s “The Element: How Finding Your Passion Changes Everything” presentation Sept. 30 was delivered to a standing-room-only crowd in McCain Auditorium. It is available in three videos courtesy of the Center for the Advancement of Teaching and Learning (CATL) website. According to the CATL website, the videos will only be available through Dec. 15, and access requires a K-State eID and password.

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