Lifelong Learning - Documenting and Archiving Your Family History
Tuesday, Nov. 15
6:30–8:30 p.m. ET
Virtual class offered via Zoom*
$30 per person
Everyone loves a family story, and everyone has a story to tell. Recording these stories and preserving visual media, such as family photographs and films, in digital form will help safeguard stories and memories so they can be passed on from generation to generation.
This session will cover scanning still photos, digitizing films/videotapes, basic photo enhancement, organizing your media files, and tips for recording oral history interviews with family members using your smart phone.
*Please note: This course is a virtual learning opportunity held via the online platform, Zoom. The link needed to participate will be supplied via email prior to the first session.
About the Instructor:
Ron Osgood is a professor emeritus in the Media School and a documentary filmmaker. Osgood’s recent work, The Vietnam War/The American War: Stories from All Sides, includes an oral history website and a documentary film Just Like Me: The Vietnam War/The American War. Some of Osgood’s documentary work includes: My Vietnam, Your Iraq; Climate Change in National Parks; Shirts & Skins: The Psychology of Pickup Basketball; and the Emmy-winning Trouble No More: The Making of a John Mellencamp Album.