Category Archive: Resources

Tutorial on “Checksum” for Digital Preservation of Oral History

Doug Boyd, director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries has written  on his blog Digital Omnium a post about the importance of checksums and the digital preservation of oral history.  The post, titled : A Simple Act of Digital Preservation: The Checksum and Oral History, features a video introduction/tutorial. Tweet

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Sound

Sound: So much of the material on this site is about sound; how to capture it; clean it; disseminate it, etc. Sure the OHDA site is also about history, and how voices tell stories, but one essential foundation is sound. If you are going to work with sound it is worth knowing a bit about …

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H-Oralhist

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If not a member, consider joining the discussion list H-Oralhist. It is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to oral history. It is affiliated with the Oral History Association. More information about the list and its activities is available in theirwelcome letter and in a welcome message from the OHA President. The list discusses all …

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