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Interpretation Canada 2010 Online Conference: Audiences and Innovation

Interpretation Canada hosts an exciting online event on audiences and innovation in the field of Heritage Interpretation, with a full line-up of engaging guest speakers. Topics include museum visitor experience, social marketing, forgotten spaces and finding new audiences.


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Experts from across North America inspire you with innovative sessions – delivered right to your computer. No matter how remote your museum, park, or site, you will be connected to a thriving community of interpreters across Canada and beyond. 

 There will be six live online sessions, as well as our online AGM (Annual General Meeting). Registration will give you access to all seven sessions as well as continued access to the recorded sessions for six months. So if your time zone or daily work prevents you from attending all of the live sessions, you will still have access. 
Keynote speaker Dr. John H. Falk is internationally known for his expertise on free-choice learning in interpretive settings. Other speakers are Brad Tucker from Dinosaur Provincial Park, Nicole Deufel from Wales in the UK, and Chris Mathieson from the Vancouver Police Museum. So grab a coffee, log in, and join us for this exciting event!

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