Advice on recording oral history during covid crisis.

This guide was written in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic of 2020 which has required the suspension of all face-to-face oral history interviewing. In response to increased interest in conducting remote interviews this document attempts to summarise the ethical, legal, methodological and technical issues that individuals and projects will need to consider before deciding whether or not to conduct a remote interview.

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