This article explores three tools that synchronize sound and text for online oral history collections: the Oral History Metadata Synchronizer (OHMS), the Text Encoding Initiative (TEI), and YouTube. A detailed description and examples are given for each. Integrating audio/video recordings and transcripts enables searching and browsing, making oral histories more accessible and approachable.
Davis, Robin Camille, "Synchronizing Oral History Text and Speech: A Tools Overview" (2015). CUNY Academic Works.