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Interviewing Skills for Oral History

Subjects
Storytelling
Age Group
For adults

 

Story Center Event
Presenter
Mark Livengood
Registration Required

 

Planning an oral history project? Working on one already? Led by Mark Livengood, Story Center Director, this program will help you develop the knowledge and skills to make your project succeed. Topics include developing questions, interviewing techniques, and record keeping. Participants will conduct practice interviews using the MCPL’s “Tell Me a Story” equipment. A list of resources will be provided.

 

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