Teaching oral history in the digital age
By Caitlin Tyler-Richards
Happy 2014, everyone! To kick off the new year, we have a podcast with managing editor Troy Reeves and 40.2 contributor Ken Woodard. Woodard is the author of “The Digital Revolution and Pre-Collegiate Oral History: Meditations on the Challenge of Teaching Oral History in the Digital Age.” In this podcast, Woodard talks about confronting the digital native stereotype, building the oral history program at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart, and the importance of collaboration. Enjoy!
Recipient of the 2005 Martha Ross Teaching Award, Ken Woodard is chair of the Upper School History Department at Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart in Bethesda, Maryland.
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Image credit: Photo of Ken Woodard by Kate Morin of Stone Ridge School of the Sacred Heart. Used with permission.