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InterpScan (Issue 32-1)

Publication Date: 
March 15, 2007
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In This Issue:

Urban Environmental Education: creating apathy, or stewardship?
Author’s study points the way for urban nature interpreters to develop community sustainability.
Snap Shot: Interpretation in Canada
IC members report in on what’s new in their region in 2007.
What is Effective Education?
A wonderful opportunity to reflect on what you are doing, and why.
Canglish: Spelling the Canadian-English Way Part 2
Why and how is Canadian spelling different? Context from AD 1383 to today.
Around the World in Two Hundred Museums
What interpretation experiences stand out after a trip like this, and why?,
IC the Old-growth Tree
Status of Interpretation Canada after thirty years.
IC History
The evolution of Interpretation Canada 1973–2007.
Interpretation’s Canadian Roots
Evolution of interpretation practice.