The Ethnic Heritage Council and the UW Libraries present another edition of the We are History Keepers Virtual Workshop. This is a shortened version of the workshop on preserving history of local ethnic communities. Please check the workshop website for details of this program and of another one coming in September.
There will be two sessions at the workshop, as per info below:
Conducting and Preserving Your Oral History Projects
UW Libraries archivists and librarians will guide you through an interactive discussion followed by an instruction session on conducting an oral history interview and designing projects around oral histories, including interviewing tips, sample permission forms, and what kinds of digital files to use. They will share links to many exciting projects that are available online
Kent Meridian Senior High Key Club Oral History Project
Members will present their experiences in recording their family histories through this special history project. Key Club is an international student-led organization that helps members with opportunities to provide service in their communities, to build character, and to develop the leadership skills needed in the future. Kent Meridian Senior High is part of Pacific Northwest District, Division 32 PNW Kiwanis.
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On Zoom; the workshop is free but registration is required