Department History Interviews with Dr. Larry Dickerson and Dr. Max Woolly

Recording, Video

Accession Number: 2012.33.3

Scope & Content: Videotape contains separate interviews with Larry Dickerson and Max Woolly about the history and development of the graduate program for training orientation & mobility (O&M) instructors at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR). Interviews took place at the Arkansas School for the Blind. When the interviews were conducted in the fall of 1993, interviewer Nancy Parkin was a graduate student in the UALR program; Dickerson was director of the Center for Research and Teaching and Learning at UALR; and James Max Woolly, who led in the effort to establish the UALR O&M and Rehabilitaton programs, was retired superintendent of the Arkansas School for the Blind. The interview with Dickerson lasts 1 hour; the Woolly interview lasts approximately 41 minutes.

Creator: Parkin, Nancy

Interview Date: / /

Collection: Hall of Fame Collection

Credit Line: Gift of Patricia Smith, 2012.33

Media Type: Videotape

Subjects: Interviews Orientation and mobility Teacher training