Oral History Toolkit

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Title

Oral History Toolkit

Subject

Oral History interviews

Description

This collection is a toolkit of resources intended for anyone wishing to conduct oral history interviews to be contributed to Preserve the Baltimore Uprising archive project. These materials should be viewed as suggested resources or guidelines. The Preserve the Baltimore Uprising archive project suggests that consent forms always be used when conducting oral histories.

Creator

The Southern Oral History Program at University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Publisher

MdHS

Date

02/16/2017

Contributor

Southern Oral History Program, Josh Davis, Joe Tropea

Format

PDF

Items in the Oral History Toolkit Collection

Notes on Interviewing
A quick read containing suggestions worth considering before, during, and after conducting an oral history interview.

Ten Tips for Interviewers
Ten tips for interviewers conducting oral history. This comes with an added bonus of sound recording tips from NPR.

Oral History Interview Consent Form
Use this form to document a participant's consent to participate in your interview. Please have your subject (the interviewee) print and sign their name and fill in the date on page 2. This form should be uploaded (as a PDF) along with audio and…

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