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Curating oral histories from interview to archive

Introduces the user to the tasks required in taking an oral history from the interview to archive. It outlines a number of technical concepts as they apply to oral histories. The body of the text is organized loosely around the tasks that define an archivist's work: acquisition, description, rights management, preservation, and access.

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  • "Introduces the user to the tasks required in taking an oral history from the interview to archive. It outlines a number of technical concepts as they apply to oral histories. The body of the text is organized loosely around the tasks that define an archivist's work: acquisition, description, rights management, preservation, and access."
  • "Introduces the user to the tasks required in taking an oral history from the interview to archive. It outlines a number of technical concepts as they apply to oral histories. The body of the text is organized loosely around the tasks that define an archivist's work: acquisition, description, rights management, preservation, and access."@en
  • "Written in a practical, instructive style, MacKay goes carefully through the various steps that take place after the oral history interview--transcribing, cataloging, preserving, archiving, and making your study accessible to others."@en

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  • "Livres électroniques"
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  • "Curating oral histories from interview to archive"@en
  • "Curating oral histories from interview to archive"
  • "Curating Oral Histories From Interview to Archive"@en
  • "Curating oral histories : From interview to archive"
  • "Curating oral histories : from interview to archive"