Date(s) - 23/09/2021
6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Join us on this NEW Online Oral History training course – for anyone interested in oral history techniques and delivery.  Sessions will take place for this course on the following dates:
Thursday 23rd & 30th September and 7th and 14th October 6-8pm
There will be a short extra 30 minute session on 23rd September to cover introduction to course software and the online technology.
Following workshop one, an optional weekly task and set reading will be set for participants.
Session breakdown:

Workshop One: What is Oral History? Theory and Method
Workshop Two: Ethical concerns: informed consent, research responsibility and legal requirements
Workshop Three: Oral history interviewing and best practice
Workshop Four: Transcriptions, partial transcriptions, summaries and creating an archive

Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage will be providing support to course participants between each weekly workshop.
Course fees are £140/£120 conc.
Booking and more details here
The trainer for this particular course is Dr Sam Caroll who is an oral historian, project manager, learning facilitator, and community heritage consultant with twenty years experience across a diverse range of projects in both community heritage and academic research, as well as a Director of Strike a Light – Arts & Heritage. She is experienced in managing and assisting community heritage projects and recruiting, training and supporting volunteers.
We look forward to meeting you!