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An Introduction to Oral History – the Life Cycle Approach

Monday 27 November 2017

Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

Please use the registration form below to register for this event.

NOTE: This training is offered to OHNI members first and any remaining positions will then be available to non-members.

Rates are €50 for members and €70 for non-members.

This one day training event will offer a basic introduction to all aspects in the life cycle of an oral history project from commissioning to disseminating and archiving. It will introduce concepts of best practice in terms of ethical and legal considerations and provide an opportunity for participants to raise questions and concerns about past or future projects that they have been involved in. As these later points are issues that are relevant to all parts of the life cycle we will leave room for these discussions within each section detailed below.

Training Outline

Part One

Commissioning and Planning an Oral History Project

Tea / Coffee Break

Part Two

Interviewing Skills

Lunch (not included)

Part Three

After the Interview – Editing & Archiving

Tea / Coffee Break

Part Four

Using Oral History – Exhibiting & Publishing

 

OHNI Training Workshop

Please complete all details below before submitting your registration. Thank you.

Please choose either the member or non-member payment option below, and then click on the Paypal link to complete your submission.


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