The NYUAD Library Memory Project facilitates and records short oral history sessions in which two to four partners come together to share stories, important projects, memories, relationships, and other historical moments that have shaped their academic, social, and cultural experiences at NYUAD.
In celebration of NYUAD’s 10th Anniversary, in 2020 the Library will be sponsoring Memory Project interviewing sessions throughout the year. All NYUAD community members are welcome to participate. Please watch for announcements on the intranet and student portal, or contact us at email@example.com to schedule time on the calendar for you and your group.
NYUAD community members share stories during a recent Memory Project session.
There are two ways to participate in recording interviews for the NYUAD Memory Project:
If you would like to schedule multiple sessions for your department, group, or office, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to partner with you to arrange for community storytelling.
The NYUAD Memory Project is a collaborative endeavor of the NYUAD Library, facilitated jointly by Archives and Special Collections and the Center for Digital Scholarship. The project is one of many anniversary activities initiated with and supported by the NYUAD 10th Anniversary Working Group.
We'd like to acknowledge the following individuals who have served as "Ambassadors" of the Memory Project by assisting with recruitment, planning and advocacy:
If you are interested in partnering with us as an NYUAD Memory Project Ambassador, we welcome your support. Please contact us at email@example.com.