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InterpScan (Issue 30-1)

Publication Date: 
November 18, 2003
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In This Issue:

Teachers’ Field Trip Fair
Get together with other interpreters to offer one-stop shopping for teachers.
Oceans of Emotion: Baba Dioum Revisited
Gallery renovations at the Vancouver Aquarium used a non-traditional approach to interpretation.
Goals, Objectives and Themes—Bah!
A challenge to articles by Sam Ham and John Veverka.
Journaling: a tool for engaging participants in discovery
A useful tool for engaging junior high school students.
Object Theatre: medium as message in heritage communication
Do visitors like this multi-media show in traditional museums, or is it too entertaining??
Of Finches and Men
A painful lesson learned in this tale from the field.