We offer training for CLGs on a variety of topics. Our workshops have included topics such as technical issues, funding, working with the legislature, historic landscapes, ordinances and laws, and much more. This training is offered in the spring in conjunction with the Utah Heritage Foundation's annual preservation conference. For information, contact Barbara Murphy, 801-245-7251.
See through slides and video how your community can use heritage tourism to help develop its heritage as well as improve its economy. To schedule the workshop, contact Wilson Martin, 801-245-7248.
This workshops teaches about writing community, county, and regional histories. Learn different approaches
to writing of local history, and how to research, organize, write, and publish.
To schedule, contact Kent Powell 801-245-7253.
This workshop discusses the nature and uses of oral history, then explores the process of doing oral history interviews: how to identify and contact potential interviewees, what kinds of equipment to use, how to set up and conduct the interview, what kinds of questions to ask, transcribing and editing interviews, preserving and storing tapes and transcripts, setting up oral history projects, and other aspects of oral history. Contact Kent Powell, 801-245-7253.
This worshop examines issues and problems that oral history practitioners have encountered or are likely to encounter in their work. Participants will also discuss ways that oral histories can be used; they may also review and discuss oral history interviews that participants have conducted. Contact Kent Powell, 801-245-7253.