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Purpose: Focuses on both broad and specific preservation issues in libraries. Topics encompass physical collections generally, and occasionally digital preservation issues. We serve academic, public, special, and other types of libraries.

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This interest group is part of Core's Metadata and Collections Section.

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Learn How to Craft an Oral History Project with February's Core Classroom

  • 1.  Learn How to Craft an Oral History Project with February's Core Classroom

    Posted Jan 11, 2022 06:28 PM

    Storytelling is an important way to preserve the history of a community and/or culture. The human voice can convey so much more than the written word, so oral histories are a good way to preserve a community, family, or history of an important event. People have differing views about events and capturing the viewpoints through recording their stories is something that libraries have been doing for many years. Learn how you too can save history through oral history. Join Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures for a four-week virtual workshop that will take participants through the beginning-to-end process of creating an oral history project. Starting with the planning, funding, advertising, to interview process, going through all the steps involved with processing, and talking about the finished product, this course outlines everything from the process side to the technological side. By the end of the course, participants will be able to devise interview questions, use different forms of technology to interview, log interviews, create and assign controlled vocabulary and plan and then share the project. All of these pieces to planning an oral history project will be thoroughly covered. 

    Hearing the Story: Creating an Oral History Project

    Format
    Students have 24/7 access to the class site for the duration of the class, and aside from assignment deadlines, the work can be completed at their convenience. 

    Requirements
    A computer with Internet access is required. A high-speed connection and headphones are recommended. No experience is necessary; beginners from any background are welcome. 

    Live Class Discussions via Zoom:
    Tuesday, February 15, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CT
    Tuesday, February 22, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CT
    Tuesday, March 1, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CT
    Tuesday, March 8, 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm CT

    Presenters: Jeanne Drewes and Liza Hazelwood, Collections Care Technician at VCU Libraries

    Registration Fees:
    $165.11 – Core Member
    $188.10 – ALA Member
    $209 – Non-member 

    Classroom space is limited. Register now and save your seat!

    Can't attend the live event? No problem! All registrants will receive a link to the recorded session for later viewing at their convenience.

    Register online or by phone at 1-800-545-2433.

    For questions or comments related to Core webinars, please contact Core CE staff at corece@ala.org.



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    Brooke Morris-Chott
    Advocacy and EDI Program Officer
    Core: Leadership, Infrastructure, Futures
    American Library Association
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