Added by Geoff Sauer on Aug 14, 2006.
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The AHDS made audio recordings of recent seminars with the aim of transcribing the recordings, and presented them to seminar chairs to facilitate their task of completing reports on each event. This case study looks at some of the issues that occurred as the AHDS recorded and transcribed the material from these seminars. While its findings are based on roundtable seminars, some of them may also be of use to those doing other types of audio recording - interviews, field notes etc.
 
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Lewis Strickland Audio recording of Workshop etc
I wish I knew how to e-mail this article to an associate. It does a great job of outlining the process we can use to record an oral history of our community.

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