by Baylor University .
Written in English
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The Institute for Oral History offers a selection of training workshops each year participants can attend from the comfort of their own home or office! These workshops are presented via Cisco WebEx as narrated PowerPoint presentations featuring salient media clips or web tours to enhance the experience. Baylor University Institute for Oral History (BUIOH) invites nonprofit organizations in the state of Texas to apply for a grant to facilitate oral history research in their communities. BUIOH seeks to make a difference in one local Texas community through this biennial grant that includes, in addition to monetary funding, assistance from BUIOH. The Baylor University Institute for Oral History (BUIOH), located in Waco, Texas, is a freestanding research department within Baylor University's Division of Academic Affairs. The BUIOH creates oral history memoirs by preserving an audio recording and transcript of interviews with individuals who are eyewitnesses to history; it provides both physical and digital access to these materials for Established: The Institute for Oral History (BUIOH) was founded by a group of faculty members under the direction of Dr. Thomas L. Charlton, BA ’59, then a new assistant professor of history. Since its inception, the institute has been an invaluable resource for study on the history of Baylor, Texas Baptists, Hispanic Baptists, and Waco and McLennan County.
This is Living Stories, featuring voices from the collections of the Baylor University Institute for Oral History. I'm Louis Mazé. The one-room schoolhouse is an iconic image of rural America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. These buildings were the focal points of communities. This is Living Stories, featuring voices from the collections of the Baylor University Institute for Oral History. I'm Kim Patterson. Before television and computers monopolized our free time, chasing police calls was a popular hobby. People needed only a radio, the knowhow to tinker with it, and a car. !$ the Institute for Oral History t he institute the Texas Collection t he collection the Word of God t he words of the song the Fall (of Man) t he fall of the Gospel of Luke t he gospel the Book of Daniel a book of poetry McLennan County Court c ounty court Washington Street Bridge t he bridge American Revolution t he revolution of the. Baylor University Institute for Oral History, Waco, TX. likes. Oral History captures the past in an authentic yet intimate way, providing researchers precious insight into significant trends.
Dr. Lakia M. Scott, received Faculty Research Fellow, Institute for Oral History from Baylor University, Top Faculty Paper, Entertainment Studies Division Dr. Lakia M. Scott, received Top Faculty Paper, Entertainment Studies Division from Association for Education in . Senior Editor Baylor University Institute for Oral History. In its Principles for Oral History and Best Practices for Oral History, the Oral History Association includes the following: Interviewers, sponsoring institutions, and institutions charged with the preservation of oral history interviews should understand that appropriate care and storage of original recordings begins immediately. Get this from a library! Baylor University Institute for Oral History: a guide to the collection, [Rebecca Sharpless; Baylor University. Institute for Oral History.]. Baylor University Institute for Oral History Interviews. Baylor University Libraries - Digital Rare Books. Digital Library - Architecture Collection. Digital Library - Black Gospel Music Restoration Project - Royce-Darden Collection. Digital Library - Historic Newspaper Collection.