The Oral History Association offers a rich variety of resources for those interested in every facet of oral history.
H-Oralhist is a network for scholars and professionals active in studies related to oral history and is affiliated with the Oral History Association. H-Oralhist is an important medium for discussion of oral history issues and research. It is a great place for oral historians to connect with others who share their interests as well as a way to find the latest news, events, research, and resources. H-Oralhist is part of the H-Net network of scholarly listservs.
Web Guides to Doing Oral History is a valuable listing of online materials that describe and explain the practice of oral history.
Information about IRBs provides direction to those who conduct oral history interviews and find their interviewing protocols subject to review by their local Institutional Review Board (commonly referred to as an IRB).
Oral History in Education lists information for teachers and those interested in adult education.
Centers and Collections lists programs and archives that have significant oral history collections.
Regional and International Organizations lists regional oral history associations in the U.S. and international membership organizations.