From the Oral History Association
Connects you to the latest information on digital technology as it pertains to all phases of the oral history process.
An extensive, helpful guide from the Columbia University Center for Oral History. Includes resources for methodology, generally, as well as lists of texts based on oral historical projects, organized by topic (e.g., human rights, body narratives, psychology & trauma, women's and gender studies)
From the Film Study Center, Harvard University & the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at George Mason University
Includes tips for conducting and recording interviews
Set of tips for interviewers from ROHO at the University of California Berkeley
Style guide for editing transcription
Guidelines and tips from the Veterans' History Project, Library of Congress
This set of resources isn't comprehensive -- there are multitudes of oral histories online! -- but these are good places to explore, as you help develop out your own project.