Category Archives: Workshop

Turning Oral History Interviews into a Prize-Winning Book

Turning Oral History Interviews into a Prize-Winning Book

Workshop: Turning Oral History Interviews into a Prize-Winning Book Non-fiction author Kristin Weidenbach will share her tips and advice on how to incorporate interview material and oral accounts into book-length works of memoir, family history and biography. Using her Reed Family History Book Award winner Growing up Moonta as a guide, Kristin will discuss how to structure your story, how

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Multimedia and Oral History Workshop

Multimedia and Oral History Workshop

Create audio and visual presentations with your oral history recordings Are your oral history recordings sitting in an archive, not being used?Have you ever wanted to make use of the recordings for displays or presentations?  If so, this workshop is for you. This hands-on workshop will teach you how to: use audio editing software to edit your interviews, create audio

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Introduction to Oral History workshop

Introduction to Oral History workshop

How to do an oral history interview Learn how to plan and record professional interviews. Workshops introduce participants to the practice and methods of doing an oral history interview and provide equipment training on digital recorders. Date: Monday, 1 April 2019Time: 10am – 3.30pmVenue:  Hetzel Room, Institute Building, State Library of South Australia (corner of North Terrace and Kintore Avenue)Cost: $75

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Ethical storytelling workshop

Ethical storytelling workshop

Many people write other people’s stories: family historians, advocates wishing to be a voice for the voiceless, charity employees writing success stories to pull in donor dollars.  What ethical questions arise when writing these kinds of stories, and how might one answer them? This workshop with May-Kuan Lim will examine ethical questions around representation and work through exercises in good

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