This is, quite simply, the most comprehensive reference book on the subject. Richly illustrated in colour, and focusing firmly on visitors and the quality of their experience, its 40 chapters, 100 illustrations and almost 600 pages will ensure that your interpretation really works. In addition to the authoritative text, a rich variety of time-saving, tried-and-tested checklists, flowcharts, diagrams, tables, forms and worksheets are included and designed to be freely reproduced and used.
Interpreting to Visitors: Learning Concepts
Introduction to Interpretation
The Interpretive Planning Process
Interpretive Self-Guided Trails and Tours
Planning For Interpretive Exhibits
Planning Conducted Interpretive Programs
Interpretive Philosophy and Principles
Exactly What Is Interpretation?
Creating Interpretive Themes
Developing Successful Partnerships
Bringing 7000 Years of History to Life
Interpretation as a Management Tool
Interpreting Cemeteries and Gravestones
Guidelines for Interpreting Critical Issues
Interpretive Planning for the Next Millennium
Request for Proposal Guidelines
The Language of Live Interpretation
Using Interpretive Themes and Objectives Makes Your Program Planning Easier
Why Your Scenic Byway Can’t Succeed Without Real Interpretation 24
Interpretive Program Planning Worksheet
Interpretive Tips Practicum
Interpretive Master Planning Keeps Your Garden Growing
Interpretive Plan Outline
Interpretive Plan Outline for Visitor Center Exhibit Planning
Exhibit Planning Worksheet
Exportable Interpretation: Ideas To Go Away With
Is Your Scenic Byway Interpretation Sustainable?
Planning for Interpretive Training Courses
Planning Interpretive Walking Tours
Tips and Concepts For Planning Truly Interpretive Exhibits
Planning Truly Interpretive Panels
Interpretive Graphic Standards for Heritage Sites
Marketing Basics: It’s All About the Visitors
A Practical Guide to Developing Marketing Brochures
Visitor Center Evaluation
Evaluating Children’s Exhibits
Advances in Interpretive Planning
Interpretive Planning Form Sets
Request for Proposal Templates
Few people combine the interpretive experience and planning skills of John Veverka. Here is knowledge based on years of national and international interpretive planning projects with parks, museums, commercial attractions and a variety of other agencies. This is a classic work by an author who does interpretive planning every day.
Gary R Moore, Program Coordinator, MetroParks, Columbus and Franklin County, Ohio.
Interpretive Master Planning is full of illuminating examples as well as precious practical suggestions. This classic work of John Veverka represents an essential manual for professional interpreters and for those first approaching this fascinating discipline.
Dr Marta Brunelli, Chair of Heritage Education (Faculty of Cultural Heritage), University of Macerata, Italy.
Drawing on his extensive interpretive consulting and training experiences, John Veverka very effectively shares his insights on interpretive concepts and practices.
Dr Bill Lewis, formerly Professor, University of Vermont, and author of Interpreting for Park Visitors.
Interpretive Master Planning has many multicultural implications which extend its usefulness to Asian cultures. At the university and practical level it merits its place as a resource for interpretative planning and development across multiple settings: museum, historical, environmental and botanical.
Dr Ju-Hee Lee, Department of Tourism Management, Daegu University, Korea.
Interpretive Master Planning: Strategies for the New Millennium - Philosophy, Theory and Practice
Author: John A Veverka
Colour illustrations: 98
Size: 216 x 140mm
ISBN: 978-1-910144-49-7 [paperback] | 978-1-910144-50-3 [hardback]
Editions: £59 [paperback] | £89 [hardback]
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