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I'm doing a research on the language used by university professors and I'm looking for closed captioned videos from real university classes.
Any video on YouTube that has captions can be used, although you'll (probably) have to find a way to avoid auto-generated captions.
For example, from MIT (with friendly CC license). You can use open source tool GoogleSRT or similar to download captions from YouTube.
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