Call or write us to learn more about the following services we offer.
Staff are available to conduct workshops for organizations seeking to initiate projects, train interviewers, or develop procedures. Workshops will take different formats and vary from introductory (one day) to intensive (several days) depending upon the needs of the organization.
- Seminars & Education
CCOH gives an advanced graduate seminar in oral history method and theory through the Oral History Master of Arts program (OHMA). The Director of CCOH, Mary Marshall Clark at firstname.lastname@example.org should be contacted about how to register for this seminar or other OHMA courses.
CCOH has become a center for information on both the national and international oral history movements and shares regional, national and international collections with other oral history programs. Contact CCOH for information on local, national and global networks.
- Individual Consultation
CCOH staff are available for individual consultation on a wide variety of projects. Columbia and Barnard undergraduate and graduate students are encouraged to consult with the Center prior to starting projects. Consultation is not limited to the Columbia community.
- Community Outreach
CCOH works with local historical agencies, museums, community groups and schools on various projects. Such work includes but is not limited to training, workshops, grant assistance, funding information, and general support.
CCOH works in partnership with universities, community groups, and non-governmental organizations to promote innovative oral history projects and programs.