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Covid-19&Oral History

During the Covid-19 Pandemic there is worldwide advice on how to cope, especially with remote interviewing. Some helpful references below:Image ...
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International Events

USA March Webinars and Workshops ,,here.. India Spring School in Family History ..here.. Australian Conference: 2021 Launceston, Tasmania ..here..XXI IOHA ...
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About us

An unidentified man talking to two small children, in the entrance to a hut, West Coast Region. Williams, Edgar Richard, ...
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Audio Visuals

Listen and View our sound and visual media. Julie Benjamin, National radio. 1949 Ranfurly Shield challenge ..here.. An Oral History ...
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Publications

NEWSLETTER EDITOR Ann Packer We welcome contributions to the NOHANZ newsletter, published three times per annum. The next deadline is ...
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Resources&Documents

Documents Explanatory Notes for Interviewers, Oral History Recording Agreement , FAQ, Select a Repository, Principles and Best Practice and more ...
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Conferences Past&Present

2020 NOHANZ/Stout Conference ..here.. 2018 You are welcome to attend the BGM which will coincide with Conference. Read the welcome ...
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Awards for Oral History

NZ Award in Oral History: Comments from: Dr Emma Jean Kelly | Audio Visual HistorianManatū Taonga | Ministry for Culture ...
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Pride 2020

Kia ora koutou – to support Pride 2020, Manatū Taonga Ministry for Culture and Heritage and Auckland Libraries have released ...
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An unidentified man talking to two small children, in the entrance to a hut, West Coast Region. Williams, Edgar Richard, 1891-1983 :Negatives, lantern slides, stereographs, colour transparencies, monochrome prints, photographic ephemera. Ref: 1/4-101013-F. Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. Cropped http://natlib.govt.nz/records/32049331
An unidentified man talking to two small children, Ref: 1/4-101013-F. Cropped. Alexander Turnbull Library.

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National Events

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The Alexander Turnbull Library is pleased to offer the popular course Essentials of oral history research, at the following places:

Wellington 8 May and 12 June 2021

              Sorry, this course is already fully subscribed.  But please contact atloutreach@dia.govt.nz to be put on the list to be notified about the next course

Nelson 29 May and 26 June 2021

https://natlib.govt.nz/events/the-essentials-of-oral-history-research-day-1-introduction-to-oral-history-nelson-may-29-2021

https://natlib.govt.nz/events/the-essentials-of-oral-history-research-day-2-recording-seriously-nelson-june-26-2021

Westport 31 May and 28 June 2021

https://natlib.govt.nz/events/the-essentials-of-oral-history-research-day-1-introduction-to-oral-history-westport-may-31-2021

https://natlib.govt.nz/events/the-essentials-of-oral-history-research-day-2-recording-seriously-westport-june-28-2021

Classes in Auckland, Tauranga and Hamilton are also in the pipeline, contact atloutreach@dia.govt.nz to be put on the list to be notified

These courses will not proceed if there are insufficient numbers or if government Covid Levels are raisedNote:

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  1. Hello, I am a library staff from China. I am looking forward to combining oral history with library resources and services. What I want to know is the differences between the New Zealand Oral History Society’s research and service practices in oral history What unique contributions have you made? Can you introduce in detail the various service practices of New Zealand’s oral history in response to the ever-changing environment? Thank you!

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