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S3; How to Create an Oral History Program; April 15, 2016; Pittsburgh, PA. This mini-workshop will give you the skills and the confidence to start an oral history program at your own institution. It will cover the key steps from performing preliminary research and developing questions all the way through thinking about how to promote and use your oral histories once they've been transcribed and edited. Participants will leave this workshop with a step-by-step plan for starting an oral history program once they return to their institutions.doi:10.13016/m2sb6h fatcat:b3bj5omoavaylnwmwpdd5wur7i