This is Part 3 of a series of blog posts about transcription in oral history. Part 1 dealt with Transcription and oral history in general and Part 2 dealt with the use of TEI when carrying out transcription (Considering TEI and oral history transcripts).
Maps are a popular means of presenting the results of oral history research online. Digital oral history maps can combine visual, audio, text and video narratives, to create layers of meaning associated with spaces that are represented on the maps. A series of four blog posts explores some of the issues around online oral history […]