This guide takes a technical approach to educating practitioners (faculty, students, local historians) about the collection, processing, hosting, access, and preservation of oral histories. These technical processes are a critical component to an oral history project because they provide the means to project, share, and distribute the important work narrators and interviewers do. Therefore this guide works in conjunction with other professional guides that emphasize the development of historically significant research questions, and the ethical and legal considerations of the project as a whole. A earlier version of this document was initially created for the Oral History in the Liberal Arts (OHLA) initiative, supported by the Great Lakes ‘Expanding Collaboration Initiative’ and the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, and made available under the title “OHLA Toolkit: Archiving Oral Histories from Start to Finish” (2017). Made available under an Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/
Nolt, Jenna E., "Archiving Oral Histories: A Practical Guide for Practitioners and Their Collaborators" (2018). Instructions, Forms, and Toolkits. Paper 3.