The following is a brief list of featured resources pertaining to various aspects of oral history (a more comprehensive list of online oral history sites and resources can be found on the OHDA Wiki):
- BORN DIGITAL NEW ACCESSION WORKSHEET Download PDF
- Conducting an Oral History Interview, Linda Shopes (Conducting_OH_Interview.pdf)
- Designing an Oral History Project, Linda Shopes (Designing_OH_Project.pdf)
Oral History and Digital Technology
- DigitalPreservation.gov: The Library of Congress’s online resource for the latest in digital preservation.
- Digital Omnium: Oral History, Archives and Digital Technology: Blog managed by Doug Boyd, director of the Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky, pertaining to various aspects of oral history and digital technologies. Includes video reviews of digital recorders, tutorials, and some of the latest information on oral history and archival access and preservation.
- Vermont Folklife Center: Archive Field Guides: Andy Kolovos has posted numerous resources pertaining to the recording and archiving of oral history and folklife materials.
- Concordia University’s Centre for Oral History & Digital Storytelling: Oral History Tips
- Transom.org: Website dedicated to public radio and public media. Many useful tutorials with regard to recording, microphones, and audio recorders.
- AKUSTYK: Linguist Bartlomiej Plichta’s website featuring field recording recommendations and reviews
- The Oral History Association
- The Oral History Association’s Principles and Best Practices for Oral History
- H-Oralhist: The primary listserv for oral history activity in the US.
- The American Folklore Society
- Society of American Archivists
- Oral History Association
- American Folklore Society
- American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress
- Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History University of Kentucky Libraries
- Michigan State University Museum
- Michigan State University
Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders, Michigan State University