Contextualising and introducing an oral history interview: OpenLIVES Autonomous Learning Activity

Contextualising and introducing an oral history interview: OpenLIVES Autonomous Learning Activity

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This is the advanced draft of a new autonomous learning activity presented as part of the OpenLIVES JISC-funded project. It will be used in the 23rd of may 2012 HEA OpenLIVES workshop at the University of Southampton. The activity can be repurposed and modified according to your students' needs. It can work well for undergraduate students of History, Modern Languages and Cultures or Social Sciences. The link to the audio clip has not been included in the sheet, as it is up to the tutor to decide which audio clip interview students will work on. This activity is meant to be used for audio cilips of the OpenLIVES collection, but can also be used with any other oral history podcasts. One of the main feature of the activity is that it introduces students to audience differentiation and student cultural production. The other key feature is that the activity raises awareness on key life skills. That way the activity can provide students with a research-based non-academic experience that connects them to the world of work and life in general.

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