The databases featured in this box are particularly useful for this class. You can learn more about databases on the Research Hub.
Try some of these subject headings in WorldCat:
Teachers Political activity | Social advocacy | Altruism | Helping behavior | Teacher-student relationships | Righteous Gentiles of the Holocaust | Social Justice study and teaching | Women social reformers | Hurricane Katrina, 2005 Social aspects
StoryCorps App: how to record, tag, and archive your conversation, with helpful tips.
StoryCorps Uploading to Archive without using app: Directions for if you'd like to use another app, use a portable recorder from Info Desk, or utilize the usb/memory card ports in the SU Audio Studio.
Smith Library Center Resources:
SU Makerspace Studios: Audio Studio Bring flash drive or memory card. First come first serve, or reserve time on the calendar. Instructions in room. (Or use this as a high quality sound space for using the StoryCorps app.)
SU Makerspace Studios: Sandbox Media Lab Open whenever not reserved for class or meeting. Adobe Creative Cloud suite (Audition audio editor), Apple iMovie and Garage Band, Audacity audio editor.
"In the Field" Voice Recording or Transcribing Options:
Oral History Center, Winnepeg Canada What to look for when choosing an audio recording app.
Google Voice Typing How to enable transcription into Google Docs (Chrome only)
What is Oral History? Oral History Center, Winnipeg, Canada. Site contains tutorials and other resources as well.
Oral History Association Principles and Best Practices
Sample Release Form from Duke University. Adapt/modify