Kia ora Christen and other readers,
I'd be interested to hear what responses you receive regarding how you get copies to interviewees.
We just purchased a marantz model PMD661K MII. It's extremely portable, has connections for two microphones, battery or AC, records in various formats, and uses an SD card. Very easy to use as well, which is a huge factor in why we purchased it as we rent our equipment for community use.
Scott County Historical Society, MN
In answer to your question about providing copies to those who are interviewed, my organization still uses CDs/DVDs to provide audio recordings and transcripts. If I'm just providing a copy of the transcript, I will mail a paper copy to the person. This method may not be very technologically advanced, but it works for my organization.
With apologies for cross-posting!
I was hoping for some feed back on two topics:
I'm looking for references that will point me to sources on how low wages might create a disincentive to implement technology-driven productivity.
There seems to be a lot of writing done on how technology can lead to productivity and wage increases, but I can't find anyone exploring the idea that stagnant wages may actually retard technological improvements, which supposedly leads to productivity and higher wages.
Post-Doctoral Fellowship Opportunity at the Hagley Library
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2019 Annual Meeting
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Power in Agricultural History