Transformational Impact of Human Genome Project - Leroy Hood speaking at CSHL (see https://youtu.be/PnpEqHDczNk)
OHMS: A Preview of the Viewer's Indexing Module - Louie B. Nunn Center for Oral History at the University of Kentucky Libraries
"Oral history" does not have a precise definition, but in the scholarly world, it generally refers to a recorded interview with an individual who has been identified as having an important story to tell, or who can provide a firsthand account of the past for the record. Oral histories may be recorded on audiotapes, videotapes, or as transcriptions of planned interviews. The term “oral history” also refers to the study of historical information collected through oral history interviews.
Sue Johnson on Oral History
An Interview by Dr. Barbara Mitra