Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Oral History Week: Day Two


Niles listening to his first interview taking notes. 


Getting familiar with the program InterClipper, a program originally used for tagging audio from focus groups in advertisement. For an adapted use, it has become a very powerful tool for setting up databases in oral history.


Setting up shop in the Agape Community Center's conference room listening to and tagging our interviews.



Break for lunch in the Agape Community Center. It was Professor Arijit's first corn dog. 

We were quick to break into stories of our own. If you ever get the chance, be sure to ask Arijit about Target in Muncie, Indiana.