New Video Tutorial: “Folklore in the MLA International Bibliography on EBSCO”

The MLA International Bibliography team is pleased to announce the most recent addition to our free tutorial video series, “Folklore in the MLA International Bibliography on EBSCO,” available at https://vimeo.com/236972619

This tutorial demonstrates strategies for Folklore research making use of the Bibliography’s extensive coverage of the field, achieved and maintained through our partnership with the American Folklore Society and Indiana University Bloomington.

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Website of the Week (WoW) #139: Oral History in the Digital Age

Website of the Week (WoW) #139: Oral History in the Digital Age

This collaborative project presents essays written by leading experts about recording, archiving and disseminating oral history projects. You can also view video conversations with many of these leading experts. A wiki links you to current best practices and includes many exemplary web sites as examples of diverse and exciting ways to present oral history online.


Oral History in the Digital Age »
ohda.matrix.msu.edu

Website of the Week (WoW) #139: Oral History in the Digital Age

This collaborative project presents essays written by leading experts about recording, archiving and disseminating oral history projects. You can also view video conversations with many of these leading experts. A wiki links you to current best practices and includes many exemplary web sites as examples of diverse and exciting ways to present oral history online.


Oral History in the Digital Age »
ohda.matrix.msu.edu

Internet as folklore

Robert Glenn Howard from the University of Wisconsin studies informal use of the Internet from a folklore perspective. Here’s an interview he did with the Library of Congress’s blog “The Signal.”


Born Digital Folklore and the Vernacular Web: An Interview with Robert Glenn Howard | The Signal: Di
blogs.loc.gov

Robert Glenn Howard from the University of Wisconsin studies informal use of the Internet from a folklore perspective. Here’s an interview he did with the Library of Congress’s blog “The Signal.”


Born Digital Folklore and the Vernacular Web: An Interview with Robert Glenn Howard | The Signal: Di
blogs.loc.gov