Wednesday, 14 November 2012

Interpretation Canada: Online Conference

Following on the heels of our fascinating PLC discussion regarding "mixed reality", Interpretation Canada will be holding a conference on November 27-29.
This is a conference with a difference: you can attend online!
Register here.

From their site:
Get inspired, get updated, and get together - at Interpretation Canada's fourth annual online conference November 27-29, 2012! 
Participate in the six live one-hour sessions, or watch the recordings at a later date. Choose the site registration rate for co-workers to gather around a single computer or projection screen.
Connecting you with experts from across North America, this conference explores how to take interpretation to the next level. Our keynote speaker, Sam Ham, will give us a preview of his revised and updated book and will share his latest thoughts on writing strong interpretive themes.
Once again, you can forget about travel costs and approval processes, as we inspire you with cutting edge topics on interpretation - delivered right to your computer. No matter how remote your museum, park, or site, you will be connected to a thriving community of interpreters. So grab a coffee, pull up a chair, and join us for this exciting event!

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