Crowdsource transcription of #musetech oral histories

Dana Allen-Greil, Monterey Bay Aquarium, USA

Collaborate on a plan to crowdsource transcription and improve the findability of more than 50 oral history interviews with museum technology leaders. Along the way, learn (and share) a thing or two about inexpensive crowdsourcing tools and best practices for making resources available to museum studies scholars and the musetech community.

Musetech Interviews

Pierce and Sager (2015) Oral History Interactives: Going beyond the interview to create multimedia experiences

Parent, G. (2013). Crowdsourcing for speech transcription. In M. Eskénazi, G.-A. Levow, H. Meng, G. Parent and D. Suendermann (Eds.), Crowdsourcing for Speech Processing: Applications to Data Collection, Transcription and Assessment (72-105). Oxford: John Wiley & Sons.