Interpretive Master Planning, Volume Two: Selected Essays, Philosophy, Theory and Practice
This volume offers a wealth of information on how to plan and design interpretive facilities and services. Reviews the basic principles of interpretation as well as the interpretive planning process, planning and designing interpretive trails and tours, planning interpretive exhibits and tips for conducting engaging interpretive programs.
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Author: John A. Veverka
CONTENTS OF VOLUME TWO: Interpretive Master Planning - Philosophy, Theory and Practice
1. Interpretive Philosophy, Theory and Practice •An Overview of Interpretive Philosophy and Principles •Exactly What is Interpretation? •Creating Interpretive Themes •Developing Successful Partnerships •The State of Interpretation In Malta: Bringing 7000 years of history to life •Interpretation as a Management Tool •Interpreting Cemeteries and Gravestones •Guidelines for Interpreting Critical Issues •Interpretive Communication: The Key to Successful Heritage Marketing Planning and Program Design •Interpretive Planning for the Next Millennium •Request for Proposal/Tender Guidelines and Template Resource Guide for Interpretive Projects. •The Language of Live Interpretation •Using Interpretive Themes and Objectives will make your Program Planning Easier and More Effective •Why Heritage Sites Need Interpretation for their Long Term Survival •Why Your Scenic Byway Can’t Succeed without Real Interpretation •Interpretive Program Planning Worksheet •Live Interpretive Program Worksheets
2. Interpretive Planning •Interpretive Planning Keeps Your Garden Growing •An Interpretive Plan Outline •Interpretive Planning for Exportable Interpretation •Is your Scenic Byway Interpretation Sustainable? •Planning for Interpretive Training Courses •Planning for Interpretive Walking Tours •Pacing Interpretive Services: A Concept for Interpretive Planners •Interpretive Planning for Regional Visitor Experiences
3. Interpretive Exhibits Planning and Design •Tips and Concepts for Planning Truly Interpretive Exhibits •Planning for Truly Interpretive Panels
4. Interpretive Graphic Standards for Outdoor Panels •Interpretive Graphic Standards
5. Interpretive Marketing •Marketing Basics for Heritage Sites and Attractions: It’s All About the Visitors •A Practical Guide for Developing Marketing Brochures for Heritage Sites and Attractions
6. Evaluation of Interpretive Programs and Exhibits •An Evaluation Package for Visitor Centers and Museums •Exhibit Evaluation for Children’s Exhibits: The Kirby Science Center Experience