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Hi Jennifer,

Thanks for sharing your policy. The 45-day timeframe you employ seems much more manageable to me than the full year currently granted at Dartmouth, and I appreciate that you've limited edits to factual or spelling corrections. The "track changes" measure you've put in place for edits on your end is a great idea — really seems like a boost for transparency. Thanks again for sharing!

Caitlin

Oral History Association Postsecondary Teaching Award

Please share widely on your networks.  The award would be a wonderful addition to any C.V. and the Oral History Association offers excellent opportunities for collaboration for folks who work in public history.

I am on the selection committee.  Please forward nominations to rosie.uyola@gmail.com
If you have any questions regarding the award, please feel welcome to email me off the list.

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