Yo, Los Angeles! Learn How (free)!
Saturday, April 22, 2006, Forest Lawn is holding a workshop: Collect Your Family’s Oral History. 2-5 pm. Brad Williams is teaching it. Follow the link to reserve your spot in the workshop.
Alas, I cannot attend that day. But I attended a workshop led by Williams two years ago (held on two consecutive Saturdays); it was excellent.
Want to preserve your family’s favorite stories? Then this is your opportunity! Join us and learn how easy it is to capture those memories for future generations. Bring a favorite family story to share and a portable tape recorder, if you have one. You will practice recording your story and interviewing fellow participants about their own. Oral historian Brad Williams provides expert advice and helps you build the confidence to start immediately. Tape recorders will be available to borrow and handouts will help you when you get home.
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This site explores how to use digital tools and media to record and preserve spoken memories of family members.
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