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Oral History Links

Page history last edited by Collier 7 years, 12 months ago

 

 

ORAL HISTORY RESOURCES 

 Oral histories should be not be collecting what is already known but information and observations that cannot be found elsewhere. In addition to the sources on equipment and methods listed below your best tool, as an oral historian, is a thorough knowledge of the subject you are approaching. Find all the published sources you can that will tell you more about the person you are going to interview and about what was going on at the time.

 

Audio Field Recording Equipment Guide

Vermont Folklife Center, frequently updated

 

Baylor University's Oral History Online Workshop

 

Capturing the Living Past: An Oral History Primer 

Developed by Barbara Sommer and Mary Kay Quinlan for the Nebraska State Historical Society

 

Express-scribe Transcription software

Express Scribe is a completely free program that is one component of a digital dictation and transcription suite.

 

Glossary of CD/DVD Terms 

 

Holy Grail of Digital Recording

Ryan Robbins, Media Specialist talks about digital recorders

 

History of Sound Recording Technology 

 

Media Formats and Resources

Richard Hess site. Demystifies recording formats.

 

Oral History Assocation

 

Oral History in the Digital Age

 

Oral History Tutorial

Michigan State University tutorial intended to assist researchers in implementing several important aspects of audio technology in the field, studio, and research lab.

 

Southern Oral History Program

SOHP's how-to guide

 

Start-stop dictation and transcription system

Software for transcribing from digital files

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