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Boswellizing OSU: On the Attempt to Create an Oral History of a Large Place Public Deposited

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  • Provides a detailed discussion of the history of the Oregon State University Sesquicentennial Oral History Project, which is the largest oral history project conducted in OSU history and among the most ambitious oral history initiatives attempted in the history of the state. The presentation discusses project staff, technical workflow, year-by-year milestones (the project took 4.5 years to complete) and assessment of the final product. The talk also included two films highlighting interesting moments from the completed interviews as well as narrators commenting on the history of the OSU Libraries. The presentation was livestreamed via WebEx and a recording of this broadcast has been archived at the following online location: https://media.oregonstate.edu/media/t/0_gjqfmh2y/2525922
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