When Neylan McBaine, founder of the Mormon Women Project, needed a convenient method for her team members to document the stories of Mormon women located around the world, she turned to Evoca’s Skype interview recording app. The Project’s interviewers simply add the Evoca Call Recorder to a Skype call with the interviewee, just like adding another person to the call to “listen in.” Recordings are instantly saved in MP3 file format to the main Evoca account of the Project.
This global Mormon Women Project has captured compelling stories of a diverse group of women in terms of age, ethnicity, geographic location, skills, interests, and Church membership, born or converted. The interviewees are among the 7 million women who are members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Neylan McBaine talks about how using Evoca’s reliable and affordable Skype recording app has significantly helped the Project achieve its goals.
The long-term vision of the Project is to conduct hundreds of interviews and become a hub for profiles of Mormon women’s work and causes. In the future, the subjects also will include pairs or groups: mothers and daughters, business partners, and panel discussions. Anyone interested in getting involved can contact the organizers.
Information about using Evoca Express to record phone or Skype interviews is available in the How It Works section. MP3 recordings created while using Evoca can be posted to websites, blogs, and social media sites with viral players auto-generated by Evoca for playback from any computer, smartphone, or tablet, including iPhone and iPad. Posting to Facebook and Twitter also is available. Transcriptions can be ordered online directly from the subscriber’s account. Evoca Express subscriptions and a 30-day free trial offer are available online.