An introduction to conducting an ethical and successful oral history We are pleased to invite you to attend an introductory oral history interviewing skills workshop, conducted by one of the OHWA’s
An introduction to conducting an ethical and successful oral history
We are pleased to invite you to attend an introductory oral history interviewing skills workshop, conducted by one of the OHWA’s very experienced life members, Jan McCahon Marshall.
Come along so Jan can introduce you to aspects of an interview such as: gaining written consent from an interviewee; confidentiality; questioning techniques; the completed interview, and more.
This is the first in what we hope will be a series of small group workshops to be conducted throughout the coming year.
Covid interrupted our earlier attempts to host this workshop, but we anticipate that we’ll have more success with planned small group workshops in the coming months. Masks are not mandatory, but you may prefer to wear one.
Date: Saturday 16 July 2022
Time: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm
Venue: Tuart College Campus, corner Banksia and Hodgson Streets, Tuart Hill in the WA Multicultural Association Centre
RSVP: 7 February to Lynn at email@example.com (Preferred option) If unable to email then phone Lynn O’Hara T. 0408 959 006
Account name: Oral History WA Inc
BSB: 066 155
Account number: 10484448
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Enter building from Hodgson Street
1. Bring your mobile phones or handheld recorders for recording practice
2. Morning & afternoon tea/coffee provided but bring your own lunch
3. Participants limited to 10 people
4. Save your practice recording for the transcribing workshop to be held late July.
16 (saturday) july, 10hr 00min - 16 (saturday) july, 4hr 00min(GMT+08:00) View in my time
Multicultural Association Centre
Corner Banksia and Hodgson Street, Tuart Hill WA