An Oral History Audio Trail For Leicester

An Oral History Audio Trail For Leicester Blog

Done – the Trail is ready

Great excitement, the Trail has been completed and is now available from three different sources:

The Empedia website allows you to download to your mobile device and has a free iPhone app – http://empedia.info/maps/29

You Tube has slideshows to illustrate the places on the trail – http://www.youtube.com/user/EMOralHistory

EMOHA has a printable map of the trail – http://www.le.ac.uk/emoha/community/audiotrail.html

Many thanks to everyone who helped with this, and a particularly big thank you to Stephen Butt for his commentary.

 

Nearly there…

…but not quite! After trialling the sound files with volunteers we’re nearing the end of the process. You can hear the latest version of the tracks on the EMOHA website at  – http://www.le.ac.uk/emoha/community/audiotrail.html - and have a look at some of the slideshows at – http://www.youtube.com/user/EMOralHistory

There is still a bit more tweeking to be done but we’re very close to the end and soon the whole thing will be up on the Empedia website to be delivered to a mobile device near you.

 

About this Sponsor

The East Midlands Oral History Archive (EMOHA) was created to archive and use the oral history collections of Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland. EMOHA is run by Colin Hyde and is based in the Centre for Urban History at the University of Leicester. The collections in the Archive are stored at the Record Office for Leicestershire, Leicester & Rutland (ROLLR).

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