Foxfire also just launched a new "COVID-19 Oral History Project," which invites people from West Virginia, Virginia, Kentucky, North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, and Alabama to contribute interviews. The site include the project description and timeline as well as downloadable instructions, release forms, and additional info forms as PDFs: https://www.foxfire.org/covid-19-oral-history-project-2/.
The Vermont Folklife Center announces the official launch of the Listening in Place Project.
Thank you to everyone who has replied to this posting. My interest is in current or updated remote interviewing standards. What work is being done on this topic either at an institution, group/cross-institutional effort, or on an organizational level?
I've done both in person and remote oral history interviews, and would like to suggest that people think about beyond using the telephone/audio only projects.
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