Oral History collections present challenges surrounding legacy media formats, born digital and digitized content, transcription, preservation, and user access. Collections might contain a variety of analog and digital materials which need to be considered holistically for processing and organization, preservation, and access. In this presentation, librarians from James Madison University discuss collaborating to improve workflows for processing oral history collections held in JMU Libraries' Special Collections.
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Lane, Mark and Roth-Mullet, Sarah, "Oral History Collections at James Madison University: Defining Digital Workflows" (2018). Libraries. 169.