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An oral history interview is where one person interviews another about their experiences. They are usually recorded (audio or video). It can be about aspects of a person’s life or around a specific experience.
What is expected of an Oral History Interview for this Project?
For this project, oral histories will be recorded and should include some background information about the person being interviewed and then focus on their experiences and memories associated with the Mankato Kiwanis Club.
Interview lengths can vary significantly but are likely to range from 15-60 minutes.
Most oral histories will be conducted remotely (via Zoom and other technologies).
What forms and resources are available for this project?
Oral history is one way to document an individual's experience. We know that not everyone is comfortable sharing their experiences in that format. There are many types of personal (or individual) experiences that people can do to share their story without involving others.
What type of Individual Experience will be accepted for this project?
Here are some examples of types of individual experiences we are interested in collecting: