Here are books and online resources on how to conduct oral history interviews.
|Oral History Projects in Your Classroom||Guide by Linda Wood (Oral History Association) for classroom teachers. Includes sample forms, handouts, numerous examples, curriculum suggestions and discussion questions, taken directly from real-life classroom oral history projects around the country.|
|Three Ps of Interviewing||Tips for conducting a semi-structured oral history interview, including when to stray from prepared questions and when (and how) to get back on track from USM.|
|Oral History How To Part 1 and Oral History How To Part 2||Teachers’ materials from 2002 conference on incorporating oral history in K-12 curricula. Includes Oral History Teaching Guide; information on National History Day competition; and, sample curricula on “The Land and the People,” and a teaching guide on the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi. From USM.|
|E-How||Ten simple steps to conducting a successful oral history interview.|