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See the National Library collection catalogue
Auckland Libraries’ Heritage Database, including a list of some of the oral histories in Collections at https://kura.aucklandlibraries.govt.nz/digital/
Alexander Turnbull Library: Lockdown 2020
Suggestions on how to document your COVID-19 life, including some oral history advice: ..here..
2021 Launceston, Tasmania ..here..
NZ Oral History Awards
Ngā Kōrero Tuku Iho: Manatū Taonga Oral History Awards – change to retrospective interviews condition for 2020 only ..here..
Smithsonian on oral history and Covid-19
Self Care Tips for Oral Historians During Lockdown
The Vermont Folk Life Center’s “Listening in Place” project has some advice on recording interviews remotely here.
The Manitoba Food History Project is an oral history project based out of the University of Winnipeg, funded by a Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Insight Grant, together with support from Diversity Foods, the University of Winnipeg Research Office, and the UW Oral History Centre. The goal of our project team is to produce a comprehensive history of food manufacturing, production, retailing, and consumption in the province of Manitoba from 1870 to the present day through digital scholarship and public history.
Oral History of Disasters and Pandemics: Remote Training
Gather: A Virtual & Interactive Oral History Exhibit
Looking for Short Articles
Webinar: Oral History at a Distance: Conducting Remote Interviews
Sponsored by Baylor University’s Institute for Oral History and the Oral History Association
Advice on remote oral history interviewing during the Covid-19 pandemic
In response to increased interest in conducting remote interviews during the Covid-19 pandemic, both the British Library’s Oral History and National Life Stories teams, with input from other members of the Oral History Society, have created an online document to summarise the ethical, legal, methodological and technical issues that individuals and projects will need to consider before deciding whether or not to conduct a remote interview at this point in time.
While every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the information brought together here from a wide variety of sources and experience, neither the authors, the British Library or the Oral History Society can accept liability for any consequences which may result from the use of this information for any purpose. As this is a work-in-progress guide, which will be revised and updated, the author welcomes comments and queries.
NZ Award in Oral History: Comments from: Dr Emma Jean Kelly | Audio Visual Historian
Manatū Taonga | Ministry for Culture & Heritage ..more..
Online Introduction to Oral History Workshop – Baylor University
by Dianne Reyes
The Baylor University Institute for Oral History invites you to join its online, live audio workshop, “Getting Started with Oral History.” The interactive workshop will provide six hours of instruction on two consecutive Wednesdays in August—August 5 and 12, from 10:00 a.m. CST to 1:00 p.m. CDT. ..more..
An international conference not to be missed..more..
Refugees in Montreal
Edited by Alison Laurie and Rachel Selby, the book comprises a selection of papers previously published in Oral history in New Zealand between 1989 and 2003. It includes articles by Monty Soutar, Te Ahukaramu C. Royal, Parekawhia McLean, Mere Whaanga, Hirini Moko Mead, Wheturangi Walsh-Tapiata, Cushla Parekowhai, Mita Carter, Joe Pere, Danny Keenan, Mervyn McLean, Rachael Selby, Alison Laurie, Heeni Colllins, Verna Tuteo et al., Angela Ballara and Pip Desmond.
For expressions of interest in possible courses, please contact… firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oral History Society (UK) has issued a statement on the Boston College Belfast Project: ..more..
The USA Oral History Association has issued a statement: ..here..
The Oral History Network of Ireland statement: ..here..
There are many other references on the internet. Try searching on ‘Oral History Boston Case’
Comments, complaints, criticisms, and commendations regarding what you find here are welcome.
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