Covid-19 NL Oral History Project
What have the Covid-19 shutdowns meant for you personally? Have you been learning how to bake bread or sew? How are you staying in touch with family and friends? Local heritage organizations want to know!

Heritage NL, in partnership with The Rooms, is collecting personal stories for an oral history project about the experiences of living through a pandemic. The “Covid-19 NL Oral History Project” invites Newfoundlanders and Labradorians living in the province or away to document their memories and thoughts about what is happening to them or in their communities during the current novel coronavirus situation.

The project is designed to document how the virus is affecting the lives of Newfoundlanders and Labradorians and to archive their collective memories. The collected material will become part of a permanent online archive for future generations of students and researchers and may be included in a future physical or online exhibit at The Rooms.
I consent to have the accompanying material released to the Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador and The Rooms, and allow this material to be placed online as part of the Digital Archives Initiative of Memorial University where it will be available to researchers and the public for scholarly and educational purposes only. I understand that the materials may be subject to public use and publication in current or in any successor technologies, and may be included as part of the future programs and physical or online exhibits at The Rooms. In the event of publication, I agree that my name may be used. All content is protected under Creative Commons copyright license Attribution-NonCommercial 2.0 Canada (CC BY-NC 2.0 CA). This license allows others to copy, distribute, display, and perform the work, and to make derivative works, but they must give the original author credit, and can not use it for commercial purposes. *
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