Please use the provided templates for table contents, essay, bibliography, and transcripts. Print out your final project and place it in the three-ring binder Make sure that both release forms are included in the project. Avoid using any adhesives (such as masking tape or glue) when putting together the materials for your project.
To deposit your materials in the Library, please set up an appointment with Justin Wadland. Bring with you a a hard copy of the project in a three-ring bider and a thumbdrive with all of the computer files (i.e. the papers, interview recording, and any images.) Before saving the materials, please make sure the documents are in the appropriate formats described below and save them according to the naming conventions.
If you need help with this process, you can make an appointment with Justin Wadland.
The original materials created for the Community History Projects will be stored in the UW Digital Collections, as well as upon disk.
The formats desribed below are based on preferred formats for long-term storage. This guide provides step-by-step instructions for converting audio, text, and image files.
|Text (essay, transcripts, etc.)||.rtf (Rich Text Format)|
|Audio (recordings of interviews)||.wav (WAV) 44.1 kHz 16 bit PCM|
|Images (such as portraits or scans)||.jpg (JPEG) min. 3000 pixels on the long-side|
If you need assistance converting you project to the required formats, please make an appointment with Justin Wadland.