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InterpScan (Issue 33-2)

Publication Date: 
June 14, 2010
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In This Issue:

The Power of Partnerships: linking with others to enhance your programs
The Grande Prairie Swan Festival is a grand example.
Speaking with Authority: New Canadians, Language and Interpretation
How museum educators are adapting to remarkable shifts in demographics.
Steps in Planning an Interpretive Program
Steps in planning a program in Dinosaur Provincial Park in the 1980s.
On-board Interpretation: Princess of Acadia
Ferry across Bay of Fundy partners with New Brunswick Museum and everyone benefits.
46 Benefits of Interpretation
Use the language of benefits to justify your budget and define your goals.
Reach new audiences and build sense of place through high-tech hide and seek.
Frank Slide Interpretive Centre: Part Two
New exhibits deliver the essentials; the who, what, when, where, why and how.
J.B. Harkin: Father of Canada’s National Parks
Book review with interpretation perspective.