How does an OurStoryBridge project help a community?
How can a community help an OurStoryBridge project?
What are the most frequent categories for stories collected?
How do I access the OurStoryBridge User Guide and its supplemental training materials, Sample Documents and How-To Videos?
Can I get additional help outside of the online resources?
How long does it take to set up an OurStoryBridge project?
What is the cost of an OurStoryBridge project?
How is an OurStoryBridge project funded?
What types of organizations can run OurStoryBridge projects?
Is it important to pursue partnerships?
What are the personnel needs of an OurStoryBridge project?
How are storytellers recruited?
Are storytellers paid for their stories?
Are stories protected by copyright?
What technical expertise do the Program Manager and Story Aide need?
What are the technology and service provider needs for an OurStoryBridge project?
How long does it take to record and publish a story?
Does an OurStoryBridge project involve a lot of traveling to collect stories?
Can individual storytellers record and submit their own stories?
Can the entire story collection be backed up?
If a Memria subscription is terminated, what happens to the stories?
How important is marketing to the success of an OurStoryBridge project?
What is the Teacher’s Guide?
How many individual stories make up a single podcast for an OurStoryBridge project?
How can I learn about current OurStoryBridge projects?
Does an OurStoryBridge project have an end point?
Subscribe to Our Newsletter
Copyright © 2023 by Jery Y. Huntley and OurStoryBridge Inc. All Rights Reserved.
This OurStoryBridge project was initially made possible by a Humanities New York grant, with support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, additional support from the Glenn and Carol Pearsall Foundation, Northern New York Library Network, and supportive community members and powered by Memria.org. Continuing support beyond year one has been generously provided by community members. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this program do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or other sponsors.