1 edition of Oral history evaluation guidelines found in the catalog.
Oral history evaluation guidelines
by Oral History Association, inc. in [s.l.]
Bibliography: p. 11-13
|Contributions||Oral History Association, Wingspread Conference (1979 : Racine, Wis.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
Get this from a library! Oral history evaluation guidelines: report of the Wingspread Conference, July , , Racine, Wisconsin, as amended and approved by the annual business meeting of the Oral History Association, Octo , East Lansing, Michigan.. [Oral History Association.;]. During the workshop, you'll take students step-by-step through the process of creating an oral history. While the focus of the project is the creation of an oral history, the step-by-step instruction for completing the report revolves entirely around the writing process. .
James Hoopes, Oral History: An Introduction for Students (Chapel Hill, North Carolina: University of North Carolina Press, ): A basic guide on how to prepare for and conduct an oral history; Oral History Association Evaluation Guidelines: Best practices on interview conduct and content; information about archival, ethical, and legal issues. American Journal of Evaluation Dec (contents: Oral History of Evaluation: Professional Development Daniel Stufflebeam, American Evaluation Association: Guiding Principles for Evaluators, Role Sharing Between Evaluators and Stakeholders) on .
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Of Evaluation Guidelines. These were discussed at OHA’s annual meeting, approved by its governing Council and endorsed by the membership.
Organized in checklist form, the Evaluation Guidelines identified the myriad issues involved in planning, conducting, processing, and preserving oral history interviews. Not every guideline. The body of the review should utilize description, analysis, and evaluation to construct a thoughtful, in-depth overview of the book with OHR readers in mind.
Description is a straightforward recounting or summary of the contents of the book. It can be OHR Book Review Writing Guidelines Oral History.
The Oral History Evaluation Guidelines are provided as a record. Please see the new document “Principles for Oral History and Best Practices” for Oral History for the Oral History Association’s current guidelines, adopted in September, Oral History Evaluation Guidelines Oral History Association Pamphlet Number 3 AdoptedRevised Sept.
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OCLC Number: Notes: "Adoptedrevised September ". ORAL HISTORY OFFICE PUTTING TOGETHER AN ORAL HISTORY PROJECT: OVERALL GUIDELINES 1. Identify your narrator—who can tell interesting stories, who has lived through a unique time period, who can document an era for which little other information exists.
Make sure this person is in reasonable health for their age, with a good memory and has. become familiar with the ''Oral History Evaluation Guidelines'' and conveyed their substance to the student. ensured that each student is properly prepared before going into the community to conduct oral history interviews.
become knowledgeable of the literature, techniques, and processes of oral history, so that the best possibleFile Size: 38KB. in oral history. In regional or local history, the families play a predominate role. Oral history evaluation guidelines book, the writing of family history is an absolute necessity in the reconstruction of regional or local history.
Oral tradition and memory of individuals supply considerable data for such writings. Oral history must be preserved in proper archives of oral Size: KB. Principles and Best Practices. What we believe More. Grants & Awards. OHA award and grant opportunities More.
Oral History and Technology. Information on. Gathered here are parts I and II of the Handbook of Oral History, which set the benchmark for knowledge of the field. The eminent contributors discuss the history and methodologies of a field that once was the domain of history scholars who were responding to trends within the academy, but which has increasingly become democratized and widely used outside the realm of historical research/5(5).
Donald A. Ritchie, a leading expert in the field, answers these questions and in particular, explains the principles and guidelines created by the Oral History Association to ensure the professional standards of oral historians.
Doing Oral History has become one of the premier resources in oral history. It explores all aspects of the field Cited by: Oral history is a time-honored process of storytelling and historical investigation that has developed as a respected form of interviewing and field of study over the last six decades.
Rooted in history, but situated in personal, cultural, institutional and public ways of speaking about the past, oral history is now. A greater awareness of the effects of race, class, gender, ethnicity, and culture on interviewing, together with a heightened concern over the impact that the oral history projects might have on the communities in which the interviews were conducted, were woven into both the Evaluation Guidelines and the Statement of Principles and Standards.
The Oral History Review is not able to mail books out for review at this time because our offices at the Science History Institute are closed during the pandemic.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Listed below are the books currently available for review, organized alphabetically by title with most recent additions at the top.
I enjoyed this book, but I could have done without the bookend chapters that gave the context of a college student's oral history project. I would have preferred to have those omitted and allow the stories to grow organically without the artifice of the given context.
The stories, which are the "oral histories," can and do stand on their own/5. whether a particular oral history should be placed in the repository. In short, criteria will serve to standardize decisions about the value or quality of student interviews.
The criteria I developed for oral history tapes include seven major categories of evaluation valued at 85 points. Part One simply records the topic or focus of the interview. Gathered here are parts I and II of the Handbook of Oral History, which set the benchmark for knowledge of the field.
The eminent contributors discuss the history and methodologies of a field that once was the domain of history scholars who were responding to trends within the academy, but which has increasingly become democratized and widely used outside the realm of historical research.3/5(1).
History of College, Prof. Carlsmith. Fall Guidelines for Oral Presentations of Book Reviews. In addition to writing a scholarly review of a book about a college or a collegiate theme, you must present a brief oral synopsis to your classmates on Mon, Oct.
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Church History Guides: Oral Histories. An effective way to collect Church history is to conduct oral history interviews. Oral histories are a valuable tool for capturing and preserving information about historical events, major developments in Church units, lives of individual members, testimonies, and memories that may otherwise be lost.
l Oral History Evaluation Guidelines l Bibliography Foreword Since its founding in the Oral History Association (OHA) has grappled constantly with developing and promoting professional standards for oral historians.
This has been no easy task, given the creative, dynamic, and. Within that crucial context, the authors provide a practical, step-by-step guide to project planning, equipment and budgets, and the conduct and processing of interviews, followed by a set of examples from a variety of successful projects, key forms ready for duplication, and the Oral History Association Evaluation Guidelines.Evaluation of Potentially Malignant Disorders in the Oral Cavity Clinical Practice Guideline () A panel of experts convened by the American Dental Association (ADA) Council on Scientific Affairs presents a clinical practice guideline to inform clinicians about the potential use of adjuncts as triage tools for the evaluation of lesions, including potentially malignant disorders (PMDs), in.Clinical practice guidelines for oral management of Sjögren disease: Dental caries prevention Article (PDF Available) in Journal of the American Dental Association () (4) January