"No-objection approval" and Oral History Deeds of Gift

Hana Crawford's picture
Dear All,
Do any of you have experience with using a policy of "no-objection approval" in oral history deeds of gift, meaning that after a period of time, the institution assumes that the interviewee does not wish to edit the transcript and moves forward with making the interview available to the public?


Looking for thoughts on whether this is in line with oral history best practices.

Grateful for your thoughts and guidance. Please respond to hscrwfrd@gmail.com.