Tag Archives: interviews

Across the Generations: An All-Ages Guide to Family History Month Projects 

Photo by Konstantin Ryabitsev via Flickr. October has been designated as Family History Month, and in my mind, it’s not hard to see why those promoting this designation picked a month so close to the winter holidays. Regardless of what holy days you observe in November or December, it’s likely there’s an emphasis on family […]

Becoming the Family Storycatcher, part 3: Getting the Story

Photo via Jon Rawlinson via Flickr. In the first two posts in this series, we discussed how to invite your family member to tell his or her life stories, and how to select a format for presenting their stories. Today, we’ll talk about how to set up the interview environment and conduct the interview in […]

Worth A Listen: Top Audio Tracks for May 26, 2013

Photo courtesy SXC. There’s a great big world of sound out there these days: according to recent research on podcasting, a recent Edison Research Study on the Podcast Consumer demonstrated that awareness of the medium has grown 105 percent since 2006, from 22 percent in 2006 to 45 percent in 2012. Likewise, the percentage of […]