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InterpScan (Issue 31-4)

Publication Date: 
August 17, 2006
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In This Issue:

Ghost Walks
Professional tricks of the trade for spine-tingling results.
The Kayak Tour Guide: an important influence on national park visitors
How do commercial kayak guides influence visitors through interpretation?
Of Conflict and Cooperatives: Saskatchewan Onstage at the Canadian Museum of Civilization
Hard-hitting theatrical scenarios have a place alongside music, comedy and dance.
Mirrors and Metaphysics: Seeing Yourself in the Interpretive Process
Reflections on selecting appropriate interpretation approaches for a Gr. 7 class.
Interpretation Equals Marketing: except for the purpose
Practical promotion tips plus a taste of social marketing.
Breaking Open the Box Of Creativity
Strengthen your creative muscles through brainstorming.
John Crosby
This interpreter’s influence on exhibit design and on-site media in Canadian parks was profound.