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The Oral History Association is in the process of revising its statement of ethical principles and practice for oral history, which is currently called our Evaluation Guidelines. As part of this process we are soliciting input from people who conduct and use oral histories, whether they be students, professors, independent scholars, public history professionals, or people in related fields such as anthropology and folklore. The existing guidelines are on line at :http://alpha.dickinson.edu/oha/pub_eg.html. (they are on the Oral History Association webpage under publications, "pamphlets"). We welcome any suggestions for material to add or subtract, issues to address, ways to reorganize. Comments can be directed to the chair of the revision committee, Tracy K'Meyer, at email@example.com. Thanks in advance for your help. Tracy K'Meyer Tracy E. K'Meyer Associate Professor History Department University of Louisville 502-852-4007 firstname.lastname@example.org