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OHA Technology Survey Report 2023

The findings from our inaugural technology survey are now available. Thanks to all those who participated. In response to the survey results, Oral History Australia will be developing a dedicated technology page on our website and considering what technology-based training…

Statement on the Voice referendum

Oral History Australia wishes to publicly support voting ‘Yes’ in the forthcoming Australian Indigenous Voice referendum. The first recommendation of the ‘Uluru Statement from the Heart’ was the creation of a ‘Voice to Parliament’ enshrined in the Australian Constitution which…

Call for Papers – Journal 2024

Contributions for the peer review and reports sections of the 2024 issue of our journal Studies in Oral History are now being accepted. The deadline for submission of peer review articles is 1 December 2023 and for reports it is…

Technology survey closed

The 2024 Oral History Australia technology survey has now closed.  Thanks to all who participated. We received responses from all our State associations and are now analysing the results with a view to preparing a new technology page on our…

Vale Doug Ayre

In recognition of his outstanding contribution to the field of oral history over many years, Oral History Western Australia has issued the following tribute to Doug Ayre who passed away early last month.  Western Australia lost one of its most…

New deadline – Technology survey

Calling all members – the deadline for the Oral History Australia Technology Survey has been extended to 17 July 2023. Please take part. We need your input so that we can develop resources and training relating to technology for oral…

We’re on YouTube

Oral History Australia is now on YouTube. To see our new channel go to OHA YouTube channel. Please subscribe. Our first videos are from our 2022 Oral History Australia Biennial Conference which was held in Launceston, Tasmania from 14-16 October.…

Technology survey

Calling all members. Help us to help you by completing a survey on the technology you use in your oral history practice. The survey results will be shared to our members and our website and used to develop resources to…

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