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Open-Source Based Solutions For Processing, Preserving, And Presenting Oral Histories, Mark I. Greenberg, Barbara I. Lewis, Richard R. Bernardy Jr. Apr 2011

Open-Source Based Solutions For Processing, Preserving, And Presenting Oral Histories, Mark I. Greenberg, Barbara I. Lewis, Richard R. Bernardy Jr.

Barbara Lewis

For more than a decade, the University of South Florida Library's Oral History Program has sought to develop cost-effective, open-source solutions to improve workflow management, increase public access, and preserve oral history collections. Recently, it established two open-source solutions to meet these goals. Bull-OH-Base enables Oral History Program staff to manage its many oral history projects and associated data in a secure and efficient manner. OHPi (its oral history player interface) offers researchers the ability to access and search its collections through a web-based application that synchronizes audio and video files with a full-text transcript. USF continues to improve ...


"Change Or Perish: Implementing Aeon In The University Of South Florida Tampa Library's Special Collections", Mark I. Greenberg, Barbara I. Lewis Dec 2010

"Change Or Perish: Implementing Aeon In The University Of South Florida Tampa Library's Special Collections", Mark I. Greenberg, Barbara I. Lewis

Barbara Lewis

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