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Oral History Information Sheets

EMOHA produce a series of information sheets for people interested in getting started in oral history. These provide a useful starting point for anyone who is interested in getting involved in any aspect of oral history. The information sheets are available on-line in PDF format, just click on the link and it should open so you can print a copy. If you have any problems please email emoha@le.ac.uk to let us know.

EMOHA Information Sheets

#1

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What is oral history?

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#11

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How can I put sound on the web?

#2

 

How do I conduct an oral history interview?

 

#12

 

How should I look after my material?

#3

 

What equipment should I use?

 

#13

 

How do I get funding for an oral history project?

#4

 

Copyright and ethics also available as audio info sheet

 

#14

 

How to promote your project

#5

 

Who can help: contacts and research sources

 

#15

 

How do I transcribe and summarise oral history recordings

#6

 

How can I be safe while interviewing?

 

#16

 

Researching local history

#7

 

How do I use the Internet?

 

#17

 

How can I use oral history to support family learning?

#8

 

What oral history resources are available on the Internet?

 

#18

 

Digitising oral history recordings

#9

 

How can I use oral history in schools?

 

#19

 

How can I use the EMOHA collections?

#10

 

How can I publish my material?

       

Visit the Acrobat page at the Adobe Web Site for details on how to use Acrobat on your system or for more information and a link to download the Free Acrobat Reader Software. Adobe also offer tools to help people with disabilities read PDF at access.adobe.com.


If you have any comments on these Infosheets or would like to see one on a new subject email us and let us know at emoha@le.ac.uk.

 

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