Capturing Their Stories, Part II: Next Steps with Your Family History Interviews

Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS
May 29, 2024
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Transcriptions
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Planning Document
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Video Editors
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About this webinar

You’ve recorded that video or audio interview, now what? This presentations builds on the best practices covered in Colleen’s part one webinar. We will explore ideas and tools for trimming out mistakes or sensitive content, and for adding a title screen and ending credits screen before sharing with others. We will also look at ways to enhance your recordings by weaving in relevant supporting visual imagery like photos, maps, and historical documents. Finally we will review options for generating full text transcriptions of your interviews.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Colleen Robledo Greene, MLIS, is an academic librarian, college educator, and tech nerd who has been researching her family history since 1997. She is the Digital Scholarship Librarian at California State University, Fullerton, and also teaches an
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  1. SA
    Sandie Axelsen
    3 weeks ago

    There are so many wonderful programs out there, but this was especially interesting to me because it answered some of my questions about putting my mother’s life story together. I chose to digitize the 70 pages of her cursive writing, but now will go back and transcribe it (moreover because I love to type and transcribe her beautiful handwriting) and add photos and text memories to it. I’m excited to have this “nudge” to move forward on the project.

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    Bev Leeming
    3 weeks ago

    I rarely rate a 5, but this was clearly presented with excellent ideas and follow-along technical instructions. I loved especially the video editing segment; I’m eager to try it!

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    Dawn Carlile
    3 weeks ago

    WOW, just wow! I can’t wait to try these tools and put together some videos. Thank you, Colleen!

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    Joni Leffler
    3 weeks ago

    Colleen Robledo Greene not only shares her passion for family history with her viewers but also provides such a wonderful amount of detail that reflects her deep knowledge & impressive command of her subject material! Bravo!

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    dusty oess
    3 weeks ago

    It gave me more ideas!

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    Werner Margard
    3 weeks ago

    This was nothing short of outstanding. Honestly, one of the best I’ve seen. Of course, I’ve been chomping at the bit to transcribe all of my interviews. Can’t wait to get started with these great tools!

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    Diana P Enser
    3 weeks ago

    Interesting but complicated. Lots of good ideas.

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  8. TQ
    Tamara Quiring
    3 weeks ago

    Good information

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