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This webinar, part of the Digital Scholar Studio workshop series for Spring 2021, covered the pros and cons of conducting oral history interviews remotely during the current pandemic. Additionally, advice, tips, case studies, tools and the technical considerations of distance interviewing were provided, and examples of digital storytelling from members of the South Florida community were highlighted.

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