AUG 17

OurStoryBridge: Creating Community Through Stories

The OurStoryBridge project has released a free toolkit of resources for libraries to create online, three-to five- minute oral histories.

Our communities are made up of people and their stories. And what better place is there to help tell, share, and preserve these stories than the library! Sparked by the efforts of the Keene Valley Library in New York, OurStoryBridge is a project which helps libraries capture and share the rich social and cultural history of their communities. The project has released a free toolkit of resources for library staff and volunteers to create online, three-to five- minute oral histories, a format that appeals to young and old today. The toolkit includes everything a library needs to know to start a story project, such as step by step instructions, “how-to” videos, sample documents, and a guide to help teachers engage their students in community stories. Join the creator of OurStoryBridge and staff at two libraries who have implemented the program to hear their experiences with this inspiring and impactful project and learn how your library can participate.

Presented by: Jery Y. Huntley, Founder, OurStoryBridge and Adirondack Community, Keene Valley Library (NY); AJ Gooden, Supervisor, Igiugig Tribal Library (AK); and Debby Carter, Assistant Librarian, Tremonton City Library (UT)

This webinar is hosted in collaboration with the Association for Rural & Small Libraries.

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Date

17 August 2021

Time

3:00 PM – 4:00 PM
Eastern Daylight Time, North America [UTC -4]



Webinar presenter Jery Huntley

Webinar presenter AJ Gooden

Webinar presenter Debby Carter