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Oral history project resources

CaptureOne thing we heard a lot during SuperCon was an interest in creating new heritage materials in communities in Ontario and across Canada. Many of our VITA members (and some new organizations too!) are looking into local activities like digitizing borrowed material from residents, and conducting oral histories.

We’re compiling a list with some guides and tools for running an oral history project. Here are some of our favourites:


If you’re thinking about VITA as a platform for oral histories, we provide a number of guides in our helpsite: Working with Audio, and a webinar recording on Adding Audio Files.

We also have a number of members whose collections contain oral history materials you can look to as an example of how it works:


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