As an individual, you will contribute 6 items. As a group or an individual, you will create 1 exhibit.
- Two items you contribute must include oral histories (audio or video).
- Each must be at least 5-10 minutes.
- Each one must include a proofread/edited transcript (I recommend using Otter.ai to produce a transcript draft that then you can edit).
- You can record these with zoom or if you're in the same place as your interviewee, you can record this as an audio or video file with your phone.
- Please also have your interviewee fill out this consent form.
- At least two items you contribute must provide your perspective
- At least one item (in addition to your two oral histories) that you contribute must provide the perspective of others.
- All items must include thorough, careful metadata as best as you can provide.
- You may include most any type of artifact that reflects upon what life is like for students, staff, faculty or other members of the St. Mary's community during 2020. Remember that this is broadly defined — this can also include things like your family life, work, or non-school specific ideas.
You will then (as an individual or a group) curate an exhibit with a selection of the items you added. You might think ahead of time to ensure that you have enough items that fit together.
List the titles of your 6 items here. Italicize the titles of the items that provide other perspectives. Underline the titles of the (at least 2) those that provide your perspective. Bold the 2 oral histories. Some items may have more than one type of formatting.
Make sure to remove or black out personal information like email addresses that you might not widely available on the internet. If you'd like to include an email, you might take a screenshot of the email instead of saving it as a PDF where your email address is exposed.