Editor’s note: I’ve left the dead links in this article intact as a way of capturing a snapshot of resources available at the time.
Oral history can take the form of audio, video or multimedia storytelling with sounds and photos. What’s important is that you begin recording the stories of people important to you — family members, loved ones, friends and community members who have done something interesting, or even remarkable. (We all have!)
Here are some resources to get you on your way: