Folklife Resources for Educators
Materials Related to Video recording
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Folklife and Fieldwork: An Introduction to Field Techniques
by American Folklife Center
A guide to conducting folklife fieldwork, updated in 2005. (46 p. PDF) Includes information on what to collect, how to do fieldwork, and provides examples of release forms, data sheets, and logs for audio, video, and still photography. Also has tips on using tape recording, video, and photographic equipment. A Spanish-language translation of the guide is included, under the title "La Tradición Popular y la Investigación de Campo Una introducción a las técnicas
de investigación." (46 p. PDF) Both English and Spanish versions are also available in free published versions from the American Folklife Center.
|Grade Level: 6-8; 9-12
||Curriculum: Language Arts; History and Social Studies; Art and Culture
|Resource Type: Activities
||Language: English; Spanish
|Subjects: Photography; Video recording; Folklore--Fieldwork; Oral history; Interviewing; Sound recordings
Geographic locations: General
American Folklife Center
Library of Congress
Washington DC 20540-4610