How to do an oral history interview workshop will still go ahead For those who have been wondering, the Coronavirus outbreak will not prevent this workshop from going ahead. However, instead of taking place at the State Library, this workshop will now be run online. Details about how to access the online workshop will be provided to all registrants. Details
Transcribing oral history workshop will still go ahead For those who have been wondering, the Coronavirus outbreak will not prevent this workshop from going ahead. However, instead of taking place at the State Library, this workshop will now be run online. Details about how to access the online workshop will be provided to all registrants. Transcribing oral history interviews is
Video oral history workshop In response to growing demand, this one-day course will give an introduction to the principles and techniques of recording, editing and distributing oral history on video. No previous video experience is required. The workshop will take participants in a simple way through the various stages of video production – plan/shoot/edit/share. It will examine the advantages and
Recording of 40th anniversary lecture now available The lecture by Professor Alistair Thomson – Forty Years On: The Transformations of Oral History – given last September is now available for you to listen to here. Professor Thomson, the current president of Oral History Australia, reflected on the transformations of oral history across the last 40 years, in Australia and abroad.
Upcoming oral history workshops in 2020 Oral History Australia SA/NT is planning an exciting range of workshops in 2020. As well as the Introduction to Oral History workshop in February and Transcribing Oral History workshop in March, we are planning the following: Community Oral History Projects – April Video Oral History – 12 June Creating audio and visual presentations with
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: Friday, 28 February 2020Time: 10am – 3.30 pmVenue: Bronwyn Halliday Room, State Library of South Australia(Enter through the main glass entry to the library, turn left into the Hub and walk