OHA offers several excellent publications:
The Oral History Review, the official publication of the Oral History Association, explores the recording, transcribing, and preserving of conversations with people who have participated in important political, cultural, and economic social developments in modern times. The Oral History Review is now offered by Oxford Journals.
The OHA Newsletter covers the most recent events of the Oral History Association, as well as news, events, and issues important to oral historians. You can download the most recent newsletters or purchase past issues.
The OHA Pamphlet Series offers up some of the best advice and useful information for both those new to the field and those with long experience. You can find out more and purchase copies of the pamphlet.
The Oral History Evaluation Guidelines [Oral History Association, Pamphlet Number 3, Adopted 1989, Revised Sept. 2000] are also available online.
The Oral History Association Web site, oralhistory.org, provides updates on current and upcoming events, access to Oral History Association documents and resources, articles and resources addressing aspects of oral history in depth, and social media including the OHA Wiki and OHA Network.