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Editing and Indexing Guidelines for Oral History

Shirley Stephenson

Editing and Indexing Guidelines for Oral History

by Shirley Stephenson

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Published by California State Univ Fullerton .
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ISBN 100930046056
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UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA ORAL HISTORY PROGRAM DONALD C. DAVIDSON LIBRARY David E: Russell, Director Santa Barbara, California () ORAL HISTORY METHODOLOGY, THE ART OF INTERVIEWING Oral history is as old as antiquity. Herodotus, if you recall, set down many of his stories from accounts he heard an his Size: KB. Discover the best - Oral History in Best Sellers. Find the top most popular items in Amazon Books Best Sellers.

Donald A. Ritchie is Associate Historian in the United States Senate Historical Office, where he conducts an oral history program. A former president of the Oral History Association, he has served on the council of the American Historical Association, and chaired the Organization of American Historians' committee on research and access to historical by: Principles and Standards of the Oral History Association In terviewees should be informed of the mutual rights in the oral history process, such as editing, access restrictions, copyrights, prior use, royalties, and the access to the interview, or, under Guidelines extreme circumstances, even to.

Minnesota Historical Society: Oral History Project and Transcribing, Editing, and Processing Guidelines () Nantucket Historical Association: Oral Histories Guidelines .   The Oral History Association is pleased to announce the new editorial team that will assume responsibility for editing and producing the Oral History Review, the leading scholarly journal in the field, published by the Oral History Association and Oxford University Press.


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Editing and Indexing Guidelines for Oral History by Shirley Stephenson Download PDF EPUB FB2

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EDITING GUIDELINES Reference for editing: The Chicago Manual of Style (Chicago: University of Chicago Press,13th Edition) is the authority used for editing oral history transcripts at the Minnesota Historical Society.

False starts: If the narrator begins with. BUIOH Style Guide: A Quick Reference for Editing Oral History Transcripts We welcome both novice and experienced transcribers to adapt our transcribing and editing style guide to their needs.

Sinceeditors at the Institute for Oral History have developed these guidelines for transcribing oral history interview recordings. in exploring oral history.

In addition to the workshops that we offer to community groups, we are happy to provide this manual as a resource and guide to oral history interviewing.

This manual includes tips on designing an oral history project; notes on preparing, conducting, and processing interviews; equipmentFile Size: KB. Editing an Oral History Transcript. Overwhelmingly, researchers prefer using transcripts over listening to recorded interviews.

Therefore, the transcription and editing process of interviews should be a priority in designing and completing an oral history project. The following guide provides standards and guidelines on the editing process. For additional information on transcribing and indexing oral history interviews, please consult the following books and Web sites.

Baum, Willa K. Transcribing and Editing Oral History. Nashville: American Association of State and Local History, A Quick Reference for Editing Oral History Transcripts. © by Baylor University Institute for Oral History. Permission is granted to download, print, or duplicate this document for educational purposes only.

To inquire about any other use, please contact: Baylor University Institute for Oral History One Bear Place # Waco, TX Phone: Email:. Metadata for Oral History. Broadly understood, metadata makes possible the discovery of themes and meaningful relationships within interviews, among sets of interviews, and with other digitally represented resources.

New digital tools are being developed to enhance the accessibility of oral history interviews in various media and forms and to analyze and understand them in ever-greater. For instance, you could check Ives, The Tape-recorded Interview, Neuenschwander, Oral History and the Law, or Sitton et al., Oral History, for some tried and true examples.

A release usually includes the interviewee's name and signature, the interviewer's name, the date, a statement of permission to use the interview, the name of the person or.

Oral History Review Book Review Writing Guidelines Thank you for offering your time and expertise in reviewing for the Oral History Review. These guidelines explain our philosophy and our expectations, then provide a workflow of the review process and instructions for writing and formatting your review.

The Writing Reviews for OHR welcome page has. and continuity of an oral history project and safeguards each interviewee's rights.

Transcribing and/or Indexing Oral History Tapes Creating verbatim transcription of tapes is ideal, but these are incredibly time consuming; in general, one hour of tape-recorded interview equals approximately 50 pages of typescript, and hours of Size: KB.

The primary goal when indexing oral history interviews in OHMS is to create a useful and affordable user interface for oral histories. It is equally important to create a dynamic framework that optimizes the effectiveness and efficiency of information discovery in both single interviews as well as in oral history collections of different sizes.

The Oral Historians Digital Toolbox – This comprehensive site produced by Concordia’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling indexes a wide variety of tools (many of them free) for use by oral historians and audio producers.

Includes info on indexing and databases, online content management and delivery, digital storytelling. When editing an oral history transcript, or collection of transcripts, intended to be published as a book: If possible, the editor/publications coordinator should ensure the author of the oral history has given written permission to publish their story in the intended publication.

Twenty academics and archivists from the U.S. and UK contribute 16 chapters to this reference work designed for students, researchers, field historians, community activists and general readers with a special interest in oral history. Offering both theoretical and practical information, the text addresses research design, ethical and legal considerations, interviewing techniques, preservation.

Oral history, as a clear and transparent tool, needs to be applied with guidelines for qualitative researchers regarding data analysis limitations from oral evidence and face-to-face contact. Therefore, the development of a systematic method for data analysis is needed to obtain accurate answers, based on which a credit-worthy narration can be.

linda shopes editing oral history for publication This article, based on several workshops I have given on the subject, editorial guidance I have given others, and my own recent experience with editing interviews, is an extended attempt to pay attention to “what is actually done with oral history” as it moves from transcript to print Author: Robert Perks, Alistair Thomson.

How much editing it needs depends on the intended use of the oral history transcript. Editing an oral history transcript. If possible, the transcriptionist/editor of the oral history should go through the transcript with the author of the oral history, word by word, to:.

Documentary Editing. Documentary editions can collect the writings of a single author (such as the papers of a prominent historical figure), a group of people, an organization, or an institution (such as the Documentary History of the First Federal Congress).

It is the responsibility of a team of editors to select, transcribe, annotate, index, and proofread the documents that are included in the edition. File Editing & Merging 4.

Transcription, Captioning, and Indexing General Transcription Guidelines Transcription Software Indexing with OHMS 5. Hosting, Access, & Digital Preservation the Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS), which is discussed in Starting the InterviewFile Size: KB.

Leila J. Rupp was an associate professor of history and Verta A. Taylor was an associate professor of sociology at Ohio State University. They conducted these interviews for their book Survival in the Doldrums: The American Women's Rights Movement, to the s (), a study of feminism in the s, focusing on the National Woman's Party and its efforts to pass the Equal Author: Jennifer Fauxsmith.Valerie Raleigh Yow received her M.A.

and Ph.D. in history from the University of Wisconsin, and is the book review editor for the Oral History Review. She has been Associate Director of the State Oral History Project in Rhode island, a member of the history department at the University of Rhode island, and a faculty member at Northern Illinois University, s: 1.

The Oral History Review, the official journal of the Oral History Association, is accepting applications for two positions on the editorial team, the Pedagogy Editor and the Book Review Editor. The successful applicants will join the six-member editorial team of the Review and will participate actively in the development of the journal.

The editorial team—a creative and dedicated band of.