Advanced 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 clips with added sound effects for use in a range of settings, such as displays in a community centre, library or museum, and
- use audio clips and photographs to create a visual presentation.
Date: 1 May 2017
Time: 10:00am – 4:00 pm
Venue: Hetzel Lecture Theatre, Institute Building, State Library of South Australia, cnr Kintore Ave and North Terrace, Adelaide.
Cost: $90 per person per day or $60 for OHA members/students/concession card holders. Morning tea is provided but not lunch. Payment must be made in advance to confirm your place.
Workshops are run by OHA SA/NT.
Payment is required in advance to secure your place:
Direct Credit banking details: Other Payments please forward to:
Bank: National Australia Bank (NAB) The Treasurer
BSB: 085436 Post Office Box 3113
Account No.: 129312048 Unley SA 5061
Please add your surname w/shop
Contact June Edwards OHA SA/NT by clicking the following link: email@example.com
or phone the State Library on (08) 8207 7260.
WHAT TO BRING TO THE WORKSHOP
- Computer with Audacity and Powerpoint software installed. Audacity is free software for editing audio files. Download this instruction sheet on how to install Audacity on your computer. Audacity is available for Mac, Windows and Linux computers. Please let us know if you do not have Powerpoint software, and we will let you know of a free alternative.
- Headphones that plug in to your computer.
- Power cable for your computer.
- A mouse for your computer.
- Audio file of an oral history interview, together with some photos relevant to the interview. Make sure these files are in a readily accessible folder on your computer. Audio files should have been recorded using appropriate recording equipment. Participants may also choose to bring short video clips relevant to the interview, but these are not required.
- If possible, some sound effects relevant to the interview (e.g. sound of a train if the interview is with a train driver). Make sure these audio files are saved on your
- Lunch. (Morning tea will be provided.)
- Two people from the same organisation attending the workshop may choose to work together on one computer.
- Please let us know if you will have difficulty accessing a computer for the workshop. We do not want you to miss out!
Participants should be familiar with basic computer functions e.g. opening files,
copying and pasting, and locating files on their computer. It assumed that participants have completed the Introduction to Oral History Workshop.
THIS WORKSHOP IS SUITABLE FOR
- Members of community groups and history groups
- Local and community historians
- Anyone wanting to create a product with oral history interviews
Download this instruction sheet on how to install the Audacity audio-editing software on your computer.