National Park Service

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  • Conducted Activities

    A Conducted Activity is a prepared, formal program that involves the planned physical movement of an audience from one place to another. To facilitate opportunities for visitors to form their own intellectual and emotional connections to resource meanings, you must strategically plan and integrate visitors’ movement with the development of an idea relevant to the visitors and the resource.

    Please note: This course is currently being revised with the National Association for Interpretation. The revised version will be released in October 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Project Manager Nona Henderson at nfcapps@indiana.edu or 812-855-0864.

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    $59.00

  • Foundations of Interpretation

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    All over the world docents, park guides, and naturalists at museums, parks, zoos, and cultural and historical sites strive to provide meaningful experiences for visitors. Interpretation is the essential tool they use. Learn More
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  • Interpretive Writing

    This course explores the reasons we write and teaches the basic elements of effective interpretive writing.

    Please note: This course is currently being revised with the National Association for Interpretation. The revised version will be released in October 2017. If you have any questions, please contact Project Manager Nona Henderson at nfcapps@indiana.edu or 812-855-0864.

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    $59.00

  • Managing Park Assets: Asset Prioritization – API

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    What is the Asset Priority Index (API), and how does it relate to the effective management of park assets? In this course, you will answer these questions and learn techniques for completing the API worksheet as a management team. Learn More
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