Recordings collected during special events hosted by partner organizations in the NC State community. Participants respond to a tailored set of questions about their relationship to the partner group and event host, as well as general questions about their NC State experience.
Recordings collected during Wolf Tales Open Recording Days, where all members of the community are invited through an open call to participate. Participants respond to a set of general questions about their experiences at NC State.
Recordings collected between March-May 2017, as part of a 2016-2017 Diversity Mini-Grant awarded by the NCSU Office of Institutional Equity and Diversity. Recordings were collected at both partnership events and open recording days.
Wolf Tales is the NCSU Libraries Special Collections Research Center's mobile video oral history program. Through short video recordings at events around campus, the Wolf Tales program collects the stories of the NC State community, past and present, with a special focus on documenting student voices (both current and alumni) and other historically under-represented narratives in university history, including faculty and staff. Recordings are captured as part of partnerships with groups within the NC State community, as well as Libraries-hosted open recording days where all members of the community are invited to participate. Videos are archived in the Special Collections Research Center and shared online for research access, as well as shared with participants and partners for their own use. For more information, please visit http://www.lib.ncsu.edu/scrc/wolf-tales or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.