tips for conducting interviews

I emailed you all some examples of good and bad interviews. Now, thanks to some suggestions by my colleague Darren Wershler, here are two articles for you to read about how best to conduct interviews:

I also wanted to remind you that these interviews should be focused on the individual’s hands-on work in a lab (ideally an arts/humanities lab or one focus on making/creativity) or DH center; the goal is to use the material we read and discuss in class to extend the conversation to people in the field.

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