SKYLINE COLLEGE / NORTH SAN MATEO COUNTY
ONLINE ORAL HISTORY ARCHIVES

Student projects produced for LSCI 110: Digital Oral Research Project (Instructor: Eric Brenner):

Spring 2012 (in coordination with ENGL100 - Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):

Spring 2012 independent student projects:

Spring 2011 (in coordination with ENGL100 - Kababayan, Instructor Caroline Prieto):

Spring 2010 (in coordination with ENGL100 - Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):

Spring 2009 (in coordination with ENGL100 - Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):


Spring 2009 independent student project:

·         Alex Li: A Chinese-American’s Story, interviewed by Alex Shively


Fall 2008 independent student project:

·         Future Star in Architecture: Chao-Lin Hank Liu, interviewed by Yu-Jou Serene Yeh


Spring 2008 (in coordination with ENGL100 -
Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):

Spring 2008 independent student project:

·         A Reflection of the Past: Sonia Hiatt, interviewed by Vanessa Appleton


Spring 2007 (in coordination with ENGL165 - Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):

Fall 2005 (in coordination with ENGL165 - Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):


Spring 2005 (in coordination with ENGL100 -
Puente, Instructor Karen Wong):


Fall 2004 (in coordination with ENGL165 -
Kababayan, Instructor Liza Erpelo):


Spring 2004:


Model Project:

 

LINKS TO OTHER ONLINE DIGITAL ORAL RESEARCH PROJECTS

 


Course Description:

A practical introduction to methods and techniques of gathering and documenting oral research using digital audio technology. Students will learn to interview people in order to record and organize information relevant to specific historical, social, cultural, ethnic or other areas of research interest. Completed digital oral research projects will be included in the college library's oral history website. Transfer credit: CSU.

This course is targeted to students doing oral research projects for other concurrent courses (e.g. history, English or other social science or humanities courses.) The goals of the course are to support the oral research activities of those students and the instructors of the courses they are taking concurrently and to encourage students to do oral research projects related to North San Mateo County communities, history & issues in order to begin to build the Skyline College / North San Mateo County Online Oral History Archive on the Library's website.

For more details of the course content, see the Course Outline. 

Instructor: ERIC BRENNER
phone: 650-738-4177
e-mail address:
brenner@smccd.net

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last revised: 8-12-12 by Eric Brenner, Skyline College, San Bruno, CA

These materials may be used for educational purposes if you inform and credit the author and cite the source as: LSCI 110: DIGITAL ORAL RESEARCH PROJECT.
All commercial rights are reserved. Send comments or suggestions to: Eric Brenner at brenner@smccd.edu