Before you proceed, familiarize yourself with the Standards and Principles of the Oral History Association (visit the Oral History Association and International Oral History Association websites for this and other information for standards). Pay particular attention to the Ethical Guidelines. From Oral History in the Digital Age (OHDA)
The first step in the oral history process is construction of the project themes and, if possible, a chronology of events relevant to the topic at hand. Try to answer the following questions:
This includes all the concrete determinants of curatorial capacity: budget; staff size
and training; managerial skills and limits; obligations and expectations; technological
requirements, and IT capacity.