You won’t want to miss this continuing education session at 'Mosaic 16 if:
- you are working on an oral history project for your library, institution, MLA chapter, or MLA section; or
- you are curious about how to plan and conduct an interview.
Register to attend CE100 Oral History Workshop: Conducting, Collecting, and Archiving at Mosaic ’16 in Toronto!
David J. Caruso, director of the Center for Oral History, Chemical Heritage Foundation in Philadelphia, is a notable, sought-out instructor nationwide. Some of his oral history projects include “Women in Chemistry,” “Women in Science,” “Military Experiences of Medicine,” and “Pew Scholars in the Biomedical Sciences.” He is working on different ways to bring the history of science to a more general, science-minded audience.
The course will be held Friday, May 13, 1:00 p.m.–5:00 p.m.
For a taste of the impact oral histories can have, check out “In Their Own Words: Oral Histories of Medical Library Association Past Presidents” by Barbara A. Epstein, AHIP, in the January issue of the Journal of the Medical Library Association.