I’ve written a draft of an article for the Oklahoma Heritage Association‘s membership magazine entitled, “Empowering Oklahoma Educators to Preserve and Share Oral History.” This is shared as a published Google document. It will likely be revised at least a bit later this week, but as it stands it provides a great deal more background about the Celebrate Oklahoma Voices project, our U.S.S. Oklahoma Memorial Dedication Digital Learning Project last December, and my new work for the OHA than I’ve shared in one place online to date.
If you see any needed corrections or have suggestions to change this article please let me know. 🙂
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