Presenters at the annual OHV symposium will explore the challenges and opportunities of doing oral history in our digital age. They will consider how evolving technologies are transforming how we create, curate, produce and disseminate oral history; and how the global, online accessibility of digital oral history interviews is impacting the people who share their stories and the historians who work with them.
Speakers and topics:
Keynote: Mike Jones (Consultant Research Archivist, University of Melbourne, Research Associate, Museum Victoria, Freelance Archival Consultant): Preservation, presentation, and possibility: oral histories in a complex age
Alistair Thomson: A new type of oral history book - Australian Lives in the digital era
André Dao and Michael Green: Behind the Wire: sharing risky stories
Rachel Goldlust: Digital homesteading and oral history, what can oral history provide that the internet can’t?
Judy Hughes: Using websites in oral history
John Francis: Oral history recording with digital video
Use this link for further details and to book a place at the symposium:
199 Faraday St
Carlton, Victoria 3053
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