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InterpScan (Issue 31-2)

Publication Date: 
December 2, 2005
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In This Issue:

Size Does Matter
Using BIG props to attract your audience.
Cultures of Resistance
How do interpreters respond to the forces of bureaucracy, capitalization and globalization?
Death and Disaster
Dying to know about motivations behind Dark Tourism?
Warming Up to a Cool Technology
Hand-held digital guides vs. live interpreters in museums.
The Terry Fox Tour
Use a hero’s story to inspire social responsibility.
Graphing Learners: developing a suite of programs Part 2
A simple graph can help you lead audiences towards your mission.
Interpretation in Cuba
A capacity-building strategy spreads interpretation across the country.
Recycle Away Bin Program
Techniques for logo design and more to reduce park waste.
Military Museum Theatre
Of heroes far-removed, or of the common soldier with local connections to world events?
Ted Underhill
From an ‘interpretive van’ for BC Provincial Parks to writing popular books.