Submission of Materials:
The University and the SSPA faculty engaged in documentation of cultural phenomena--cultural events, interviews, life histories, personal documents--seek original field tapes and uncut recordings for submission to the archive. Please prepare the tapes in the following manner:
A) Rewind the tape(s)
and either using the mechanical or electronic counter (or simply by following
time elapsed on the tape) develop a tape log for each tape. This
log should contain the names of the principal speaker, summaries of topics
or activities documented or any other relevant material. A completed
log might look like the following:
TAPE 1: Recording of life history interview with Bob Smith
Recorded by Robert McCarl
00-25 McCarl describes purposes of interview
29-64 Smith talks about his birth in Boise
80-111 McCarl asks about Smith's father and mother...
A tape log is not a transcription. You should be able to complete the log as the tape runs.
B) Once you have a completed release and tape log(s), please submit your tape to either Pete Lutze (Communication 232) or Robert McCarl (HWSC 116). We will attempt to replace your tape with a tape of comparable quality.