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Paper presentation at the 2011 Launc-ch Research Forum

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    • 2011 LAUNC-CH Research Forum Genya O’Gara SPECIAL COLLECTIONS RESEARCH CENTER The Student Leadership Initiative: Oral history as interactive learning
    • BACKGROUND Student Leadership Initiative
    • OBJECTIVES Connect students to university history Fuller documentation of the people, events, and environment that have shaped the campus Expose how the college experience informs a life Purpose
    • RECORDS Instead of just this…
    • RECORDS Show them this…
    • CLIP Terry Carroll
    • PRODUCTS
      • Public History Program
      • Digital Libraries Initiatives
      Partnerships
    • PRODUCTS
      • Background of workshops
      • Instruction
      Workshop Details
    • PRODUCTS
      • Rotating cohort
      • Lessons learned
      • Unexpected partnerships
      Workshop Outcomes
    • PRODUCTS
      • Oral Histories
      • Models
      • Collections
      • Partnerships
      • Web-resources
      • Exhibits digital/physical
      • Programming
      Products
    • OPPORTUNITIES Internships, Practicums, Research, and Jobs (oh my) Student Opportunities
    • FUTURE How do we scope this project so it’s sustainable? How do we assess the success of this project? What’s next?
    • The End Questions or Feedback? Genya O’Gara Special Collections Research Center (919) 513-2605 [email_address]