Wondering what to do with those old cassette recordings that are gathering dust in your attic? If so, you'll want to be sure to follow "Voices of the Hudson Valley: Bringing New Technology to Old Stories." Whether you have one treasured recording of your grandmother or an entire collection housed in your library or museum, you'll learn how to transform the original interviews from audio cassette to digital stories which can be shared on CD's, Facebook, through mobile apps and more.

The Sound and Story Project along with Southeastern New York Library Resources Council,the Greater Hudson Heritage Network, the Hudson River Valley Institute at Marist College, Somers Historical Society, Hudson River Maritime Museum, Nyack Public Library, New Rochelle Public Library and the Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Site will be working in partnership utilize the latest digital technology and social media outlets to re-purpose archived oral history collections. 

Funding for this project is made possible through a National Leadership Grant provided by the Institute of Museum and Library Services and administered by the Southeastern NY Library Resources Council.

Voices of the Hudson Valley

Bringing new technology to old stories.

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