As a project for the Spring 2011 course, Understanding and Serving Users, I worked with the Dolph Briscoe Center for American History on The Texas Oil Industry Oral History Project. This oral history project is a series of oral reminiscences of pioneers of all phases of oil fields and oil booms–roughnecks, drillers, promoters, financiers, contractors, lease men, law officers–recorded from 1952-1958. I performed complete user end media mark up for an assigned interview. I used ABBYY Finereader 10 to OCR transcripts made at the time of the recording, then synchronized, reverse-indexed, and mapped the interview on CAH’s rich media website using GlifosMedia. I employed meticulous attention to detail and time management skills to efficiently complete this time intensive project. Listen to the interview here. The full oral history project may be accessed here.