What is your goal in hosting a TEDx event?
TEDx events connect issues of global interest and community-level experience. TEDx speakers showcase topics that are not only locally relevant but also speak to how the community experiences wider issues. By hosting a TEDx event we had the opportunity to connect MPL to a broader exchange of ideas through the TED brand.
Who is a TEDx speaker?
A TEDx Talk is a showcase for speakers presenting great, well-formed ideas in under 18 minutes.
Can anybody do a TED talk?
The most direct way to approach TED is through a nomination, either by someone else or yourself. When nominating yourself, TED requires a description of your “idea worth spreading” that your talk will focus on and links to videos of your previous speeches or presentations.
What’s the difference between a TED talk and a TEDx talk?
The difference between TED and TEDx events are that the former takes more of a global approach while the latter typically focuses on a local community that concentrates on local voices. “Officially, the ‘x’ in TEDx stands for independently organized TED event – but it’s more of a TED multiplied.
How can I host a TED talk?
How to Organise A TEDx Event
- Choose an Event Format.
- Devise an Event Programme.
- Apply for a TEDx License.
- Recruit a Team.
- Select a Venue and Design Your Event.
- Confirm Your Speakers.
- Create A Budget.
- Promote Your Event.
How do I cite a historical speech?
- Provide the speaker’s name,
- Title of the speech or lecture, using quotation marks.
- If applicable – Organization/Club/Sponsor,
- The location, including the building and the city,
- Day, month, year.
How do you cite a TED talk in Chicago?
Author-Date Year. “Title of Ted Talk.” Filmed Date in Place of Filming. TED video, length of recording, URL.
How do you cite a historical document in Chicago?
Chicago Citation Format
- Author’s last name, first name, middle initial (if given).
- Title of document (in italics).
- Format (special presentation).
- Publisher city: publishing company, copyright date (if given).
- Source (From Library of Congress in normal font), Collection name with dates (in italics).