The Oral History Association, in conjunction with the History Channel, has recently completed a document entitled, “Principles and Best Practices for Oral History Education,” aimed at grades 4-12. Co-authors of the document were OHA Education Committee members Debbie Ardemendo and Katie Kuszmar. Online here http://www.oralhistory.org/oral-history-classroom-guide/
Freelance oral historians should be earning at least £175 a day, according to National Heritage Lottery Fund guidance drawn up in partnership with Rob Perks, secretary of the Oral History Society….. Read more via OHS News Article.
Oral History Seminar Series, 2014-2015 Held at Institute of Historical Research, London. Convenors: Anne Gulland (Oral History Society), Dr Shelley Trower (Roehampton), Dr Michelle Winslow (Sheffield) For enquiries relating to this seminar please contact Shelley Trower: Shelley.Trower@roehampton.ac.uk Venue: Room G21A, Ground floor, Senate House Time: Thursday, 6.00pm This seminar is jointly funded by the IHR […]