Oral Documentary Workshop

ORALCOMM 126
Instructor: Tiffany Naiman
Fall 2019, Fridays 10:30-12:20
1 Unit

This workshop will lead students through the process of turning interviews, archival tape, and other recorded material into an accomplished audio documentary suited for public radio and major podcasts. Students will learn how to build story out of their materials, design and create a script, edit and mix sound, and distribute their final product. Suited especially to students returning from summer documentary and oral history research projects. Instructor Permission Required


First Open Meeting of the Year

Tuesday, October 1
6:00-7:30 p.m.
Hume Center Lounge (Building 250)

Learn about the Stanford Storytelling Project at the first Open Meeting of the year

Want to learn more about how you can get involved with the Stanford Storytelling Project? Join us at our first Open Meeting of the year. Learn about our podcasts, grants, courses, events, and more! Dinner is provided.