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  • HUM 305 Archiving and Curating Oral Histories
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    Oral historians employ various tools to develop their archives, engage communities, and creatively work toward social change. In this course, you will learn tips and tricks for processing and organizing oral histories for the archive. We will review the importance of metadata, provide how-to’s for transcription, discuss ways to design an accessible archive, talk with an expert in the field, and explore a range of projects that creatively present oral histories for social change. Skills: Analytical Thinking, Cultural Literacy, Diversity, Empathy, Oral History, Research, Resilience Time: Non-Credit: 3 hours Level: College, Graduate, Professional Development
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