Abstracting oral history
21 - 22 April 2012
, 8.45am - 1pm
46 Waring Taylor Street
$180 ($140 for community services card-holder or full time students)
The Alexander Turbull Library Oral History Centre presents this workshop on abstracting oral history.
The abstract is a comprehensive time-coded summary, which serves as a guide to the oral history researcher.
Here is an opportunity to practice the comprehension and editing skills needed to compile a reliable and usable abstract.
Completion of an Essentials of Oral History Research or recent equivalent introductory course is recommended but not required.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.