State Library of Queensland Oral History and Digital Storytelling Review
This review recognises and supports the State Library of Queensland's (SLQ) developing role as a leader in collection, preservation and access, as well as service and training provision, public engagement and creative innovation in oral history and digital storytelling.
The review includes a comprehensive survey of the current status of the SLQ oral history collections, programs, and services; an analysis of the current status of oral history collections, programs, and services in other cultural institutions nationally; and an overview of innovative practices, policies, and uses of oral history and digital storytelling in Australian and international institutions, communities, and
The review makes general recommendations and provides specific suggestions for their implementation. These recommendations and suggestions contribute ideas for the development of an integrated strategy that aligns with the SLQ 2012 plan and that will encourage the growth of both the oral history and digital storytelling collections and the use of the materials collected and archived by the people of Queensland of this and subsequent generations.
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