- 1 Veteran's History Project
- 2 Digital Project Planning and Management Basics
- 3 Standards at the Library of Congress
- 4 Cultural Documentation Methods & Techniques
- 5 Other Documents
Brief information telling people how to conduct oral history. Forms required for submission. List of accepted media formats with specifications.
General overview of transcription practices for lay researchers.
Overview of many aspects of carrying out a digital project including planning, collaboration, metadata standards, and an exercise on a hypothetical oral history project.
- Includes MARC, EAD, METS, and PREMIS
- Cited By: Baylor
The teaching and training guidelines below provide practical advice and insights into the process of conducting a local-level field documentation project. These guides cover essential topics such as: project planning; research ethics from the perspectives of the fields of folklore, anthropology, ethnomusicology and museum studies; and intellectual property policies, law and use with special reference to the work of the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) in Geneva, Switzerland. Other subjects include: interviewing tips and techniques; writing field notes and producing summaries and logs of recordings; participant permissions and release forms; and links to sites that will help you understand digital recording technologies.
- Cited By: Maine