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Oral History Workshops – seulement offert en anglais

Interest in oral history is expanding rapidly and with high-quality, user-friendly video equipment available at reasonable prices, more and more people are launching their own video oral history projects.

The Workers’ History Museum has several members with oral history and video documentary experience who are willing to share their expertise. WHM offers beginner and advanced level oral history training to organizations or small groups of people interested in organizing their own oral history projects.

Interested individuals, groups and organizations can contact us at: video@localhost:8080.


Family Leave: How a museum without walls celebrated a major Canadian breakthrough

By Arthur Carkner, Cydney Foote, Bob Hatfield, and Sanna Guérin
(Presented at the SSHA Panel on Women in the Public Sector, hosted by the Social Science History Association in Toronto, November 6-9, 2014.)