Date: Monday February 27th, 2017
Location: TD Tower, 54th Floor, 66 Wellington Street West, Toronto
Dr. Janis Thiessen, Associate Professor, University of Winnipeg & Associate Director, Oral History Centre
Kimberley Moore, Program Co-ordinator, Oral History Centre
Cost: Free for CBHA members, $50/non-members (includes 1 year membership to CBHA)
The Canadian Business History Association, in partnership with the Oral History Centre, presents a free two hour workshop for members with an interest in oral history, including those currently engaged in its practice or those generally working within the field of business history. Part One will present rationales, best practices and professional standards for corporate oral history programs/projects, while Part Two will consist of a moderated roundtable to extend the discussion of these issues to practical considerations such as ethics and legal matters, internal support, and creative employment of oral histories for the purpose of employee engagement and internal decision-making.
The workshop will take place on TD Tower's historic 54th floor. Designed by Mies van der Rohe in 1967 as a space for executive meetings and events, it is one of the best preserved modern office interiors in Canada.
A reminder that the CBHA/ACHA offers travel grants up to $500 to its members to attend workshops and conferences. If a member has an interest in attending, please feel free to submit your request - instructions and the application form for members can be found in the Member's Only pages HERE (you must be logged in for access). This event has been added to the Member's Calendar of Events.
For further information and to RSVP to attend:
Dr. Amy Korczynski, Archivist, TD Bank Group: Amy.Korczynski@td.com
Prof. Janis Thiessen, Oral History Centre: firstname.lastname@example.org