The Oral History Society of Great Britain are currently featuring our Jura Lives project on their website.
For more than thirty years the Oral History Society has played a leading role in the development of oral history, both in Britain and internationally. It is dedicated to the collection and preservation of oral history, and to making this accessible to everyone.
A write-up of our experiences creating the new Jura Lives Sound Archive will appear in their rather smart journal in Spring 2014. Until that comes out the website is where oral historians, academics and enthusiasts can share best practise and read about current British work.
The full evaluation reports, detailing what we aimed to do in the project, what we did do, how we did it, and reflections on what we learned, will appear in the ‘downloads’ section of the JDT site in due course.