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Here you will some texts of different researchers about oral history, digital humanities and ways of listening.

  • Steven High : Embodied Ways of Listenning : oral History, Genocide, and the Audio Tour.
  • Steven High « "Au-delà du syndrome de la ‘‘citation payante’’" : les archives vivantes et la recherche réciproque en histoire orale »
  • Steven High, Jessica Mills, & Stacey Zembrzycki : Telling Our Stories / Animating Our Past: A Status Report on Oral History and Digital Media
  • Julie A. Corrigan, Nicholas Ng-A-Fook, Stéphane Lévesque & Bryan Smith :
  • Looking to the Future to Understand the Past: A Survey of Pre-Service Teachers’ Experiences with Digital Technologies in Relation to Teaching History.
  • CKM: A Shared Visual Analytical Tool for Large-Scale Analysis of Audio-Video Interviews