Oral History Workshop: Consent Forms, Recording, and Transcription

"Oral History Workshop. In-person and Online. 2-16-24." There is a drawing of a cassette tape to the right of the text.
Event Date & Time
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Event Location
Liberal Arts Engagement Hub (120 Pillsbury Hall)

310 Pillsbury Dr SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

This workshop led by Aiden Bettine will focus on the logistic aspects of oral history and discuss best practices for consent forms, recording, and transcription. Workshop participants will engage with example consent forms and transcripts to help shape the ethical frameworks of their own projects and leave the workshop feeling prepared to hit the record button.
This event follows the popular workshop led by Aiden Bettine at The Hub last fall. You do not need to have attended the previous workshop to sign up for this one! Free and open to the public.
About the facilitator: Aiden Bettine is an archivist and historian who researches and teaches local history pertaining to race, gender, and sexuality in the Midwest. He specializes in oral history, public history, and community engagement with archives. His community work prioritizes creating generative spaces for LGBTQ people to learn, share, and research our history. Aiden is currently the Curator of the Tretter Collection in GLBT Studies at the University of Minnesota.
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