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InterpScan (Issue 31-3)

Publication Date: 
April 6, 2006
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In This Issue:

Take Care of your Voice
Losing her voice and the image of permanent calluses led Pam to seek help.
In the Mood: Creating an Atmosphere for Learning
The elements and techniques for incorporating them more consciously.
Mobility-impaired Seniors: On-Site Bus Tour Program
How visitors who most enjoy revisiting the past are enabled to go the distance.
Canglish: Spelling the Canadian-English Way Part 1
Travel back 2,500 years to explore the evolution of Canada’s unique spelling potpourri.
The Write Stuff
Hilah writes a weekly column for the Pincher Creek Echo newspaper.
Aboriginal Tourism in BC
An introduction to Canada’s first comprehensive plan for this sector.
Inspiring Ideas: How To Get Those Creative Juices Flowing
New program got you stumped? Steps to take.
Bob Gray
A pioneer in aesthetic interpretation in Canada.
Grant W. Sharpe
This professor legitimized interpretation as a profession.
The Urban Interpreter
Engage citizens in learning more about the fabric of their city.