By successfully completing this course you will:
- Unpack the complex origins of oral history as a research method;
- Examine components of an oral history interview;
- Understand the vocabulary required to identify oral history within other research and storytelling contexts; and
- Explore foundational oral history projects.
- 301. W – Watch videos about the origins and application of oral history.
- 301. I – Interact with retention games about key concepts in oral history.
- 301. S – Study with oral history specialists through podcasts and course packs.
- 301. E – Engage your colleagues and share your insights.