Storage and Historical Archives
Question: Are you planning to store paper records or archive historical records?
Options for storage:
Where do our Archival Collections belong?
Sample Questions for Interviewing (oral history)
- Interview Outline for Employees, Retirees, and Volunteers
- Oral History Program Permission-For-Use Form
Faculty Careers and Papers for Historical Archives
Question: Are you interested in viewing and/or contributing to the History Wiki?
History Wiki is a collaborative effort by UW Extension staff, retirees, program participants, and friends of UW-Extension.
You may choose to go directly into the History wiki to view how History Wiki is already working. Please follow the link:
For best results use browsers Mozilla Firefox, Safari, Google Chrome, but not Explorer version 9 or lower. After you Browse wiki a little bit you might choose How To and view some short Jing videos to get more familiar with how to be a contributor and what that might mean for you.
If you would rather watch a video about how the History Wiki came to be, please check a recorded audio. It lasts about 50 minutes.
Here's the direct link to the presentation's recording:
When choosing this session, you can select two different formats, Blackboard Collaborate Format or Video MP4. You will be prompted to provide your name and email address. The launch of a session may ask you to download an update of software such as Java.
UW System Learning Technology Development Council Virtual Showcase from April 10th, 2014 has made this available for viewing.
Please feel encouraged to contact Dennis Larsen, Records Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org.