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How do I add more speeches to speakers for evaluation purposes?

Speeches can be added to any speaker for the purposes of speech evaluation.  First, click on the Evaluate button from the navigation bar or the Speech Evaluator button at the top of the website.  From the Speech Evaluator webpage, click the button titled Search for Speeches to Evaluate.  You will be prompted to log in unless you are already logged in.  From that page, type the desired speaker's name in the Speaker's Name input field and click Search.  If the speaker is in the Rate Speeches database, a table will be displayed showing the speaker and any speeches by that speaker.  From the Action pull-down menu on the right side of the table, select Add a speech by this speaker.  Now fill in the speech title, the speech subject, and optionally a speech description, year of speech, and link.  You can also select the speech privacy and whether you wish to generate an evaluation of the speech at this time.  You can always start a new evaluation of the speech at a later time.  To find out the difference between public and private settings, see http://www.ratespeeches.com/a+what-is-the-difference-between-public-speeches-and-private-speeches-in-the-speech-evaluator.

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There is another way to add a speech for evaluation purposes.  First, click on the Evaluate button from the navigation bar or the Speech Evaluator button at the top of the website.  From the Speech Evaluator webpage, click the button titled Generate An Evaluation.  You will be prompted to log in unless you are already logged in.  From that page, type the desired speaker's name in the Speaker's Name input field and click Continue.  If the speaker is in the Rate Speeches database, a table will be displayed showing the speaker and any speeches by that speaker.  From the table, click the Use This Speaker button.  Now fill in the speech title, the speech subject, and optionally a speech description, year of speech, and link.  You can also select the speech privacy.  To find out the difference between public and private settings, see http://www.ratespeeches.com/a+what-is-the-difference-between-public-speeches-and-private-speeches-in-the-speech-evaluator.  Click Continue.