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InterpScan (Issue 32-2)

Publication Date: 
October 18, 2007
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In This Issue:

Storytelling Place: An Interpretive Planning Tool
How interpretation can support sustainable communities, beyond attracting tourists.
Top Ten Walking Tour Tips
A tasty tray of tried and true tips for interpreters at every level.
Learning as they Play
Interpreters contribute to children's gallery design at the Vancouver Aquarium.
More with Less: Interpretation in the Information Age
More impact with fewer facts: cut out the clutter by focusing on objectives.
A Kitful of Memories
Stories enrich the lives of house-bound seniors and this kit brings stories out.
Writing for the Web: I'm no expert BUT…
Interpretive principles are well suited to the internet: how to apply them.
Stories Bring Archaeological Island to Life
The oldest surviving will written in North America becomes a source for a convincing story.
Snap Shot: Interpretation in Canada
Observations and perspective from across the country in fall 2007..