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InterpScan (Issue 32-3)

Publication Date: 
May 19, 2008
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In This Issue:

“Personations”
Re-create someone from another time period with these planning forms and tips.
Interpretation, Idealism and Praxis: What makes us tick?
Fostering social change is among the roles interpreters perceive: survey results.
Freeman Who? How I Really Learned to be an Interpreter
Mentors teach the really important things not included in formal training.
Training Ideas for a Great Summer Team
A sample training week schedule, key points and ideas for a science centre.
Sustainability Dialogues
Interpretive approach brings concrete results with audience of elected officials.
Interpretation Makes Dollars and Sense
Why historic site interpretation programs should always be one of the top items at budget time.
Surviving Unemployment
Hard won words of wisdom from a now-thriving interpreter.
Blackfoot Crossing
How the the challenge of thematic design was tackled at this new centre.
Rob Keip
A tireless leader and volunteer in Interpretation Canada.