Not able to record your own session?
If you and your group are interested in arranging a facilitated Zoom recording session, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The NYUAD Library is facilitating the NYUAD Memory Project, a project to capture community members’ memorable stories as well as significant moments in NYUAD’s history, in an interview format. Modeled after StoryCorps® in the United States, and other community Memory Projects, this grassroots participatory oral history archive will become a core part of the NYUAD University Archives, where it will be preserved and made available for future users and researchers alongside other materials and historical records in the Archives. All NYUAD community members are invited and welcome to participate.
If you’re interested in organizing a Memory Project session, here are the basic steps:
Please expand the boxes below and read more detailed instructions and guidelines.
Determine whether your session will be a DIY recording, or if you would like the Memory Project team to set up a facilitated remote session through Zoom. Contact the Memory Project team at email@example.com.
Whether you decide to record your session using your own video device, audio device, or during a remote conference call session (Zoom, Skype), for any DIY remote session:
Once you have finished your recording, submit it via the form below. Please prepare for the upload to take a bit of time, depending on your internet connection.
The form you complete will act as a legal transfer form, which transfers ownership of your memory recording to the NYUAD Library, where it will be preserved as part of the University Archives, open to researchers and community members to experience and enjoy.