The Kentucky Alliance Oral History project began as a class project in Dr. Tracy K’Meyer’s course Oral History 607 in the University of Louisville’s History Department. The project was expanded into a Public History practicum project during summer/fall 2011. It took several individuals to create this web exhibit of the oral history project. [NOTE: In 2018 the exhibit was moved off of the Omeka server and redesigned to be responsive for mobile devices.] A special thanks to:
The entire organization, in particular the interviewees featured here for generously opening up their hearts and giving of their time to participate in this project.
Provided staff support for the oral history project, content development, and photographs.
Conducted three interviews included in the project.
Provided proofreading and transcription assistance.
Set up the open-source Omeka web publishing platform.
Provided research support and interview guidance.
Provided technical training on performing interviews and general guidance and support.
Designed and implemented web exhibit.
Scanned documents for web exhibit.
Provided general advice and research support.