Crowdsource transcription of #musetech oral histories

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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.

Bibliography:
Musetech Interviews
https://musete.ch/

Pierce and Sager (2015) Oral History Interactives: Going beyond the interview to create multimedia experiences
http://mw2015.museumsandtheweb.com/paper/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.