Calif. students collect oral histories for mobile museum kiosk

01/13/2014 | Press Democrat (Santa Rosa, Calif.), The

Students at Cloverdale High School in California can see their work in action in the Mobile Interactive Museum, a computer holding oral history interviews with members of the community. For four years, English and history students of teacher Wendy Conner conducted the interviews in an effort to dispel myths and stereotypes about the community. The kiosk will travel next month from the school office to a community fair where the public can see their work. "They realize there is so much more to people than you see on the street," Conner said.

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