Webinars

Please note: Registration closes 48 hours prior to the start of each webinar. Login information will be sent after registration closes. If you do have trouble prior to the webinar, call Emily at 970-420-1032 and she will try to assist you.

Each hour of webinar is worth one continuing education credit.

Group Discounts: For our Institutional and Commercial members wishing to purchase attendance for multiple staff members: the first registrant will pay normal pricing and each registrant after will run $20 for one hour webinars or $30 for two hour webinars. Anyone wishing to gain Certification hours from the webinar will have to login to the webinar on their own computer. This allows us to verify that they were in attendance and show the hours on their account. To register multiple employees, please contact Jamie King at 888-900-8283.

Webinar Cancellation Policy: NAI will accept registration cancellations or changes, in writing, up to 5 business days prior to a webinar. Participants can choose to change their registration to a different webinar of equal or lesser value (no fee), or receive a refund ($5 processing fee). Registrants who are unable to participate after the cancellation deadline will be sent a link to the recording of the webinar, when available. Changes and cancellations should be emailed to registration@interpnet.com.

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Messages in Motion: Video Basics for Interpreters

Tuesday, April 4, 2017
10:00a Pacific/1:00p Eastern
Register here.

Short online videos have revolutionized the way people obtain information. In this webinar, learn film techniques to make effective videos that can help connect visitors to your site. We will go through the video making process together from pre-production through post-production. Continue your learning after the webinar with resource guides and prompted online discussions.

Elise Wahl, MS, lives in northwest Oregon where she runs Timberdoodle Studio. Elise is the Deputy Director for NAI's Interpretive Media Section and has worked in the interpretive field as a front-line interpreter, manager, and designer. In the past ten years she has created short videos with topics ranging from Caribou Hunting in the Arctic to The Wisconsin Conservation Hall of Fame.

The Art of Setting Goals

Thursday April 20, 2017
10:00a Pacific/1:00p Eastern (1 hr)
Register here.
 
Do you struggle with goals, outcomes, objectives, and tactics? This webinar suggests a simple and concrete methodology for ensuring your programs have concrete, useful, measurable goals with a minimum of confusion and effort. Participants should be ready to participate, applying these techniques to a current interpretive project they’re working on.

Don Enright is an interpretive planner, writer and naturalist with over 30 years’ experience in the public, private and non-profit sectors. Don works with parks, museums, science centres, zoos and aquariums to help them increase their visitation, relevance, impact, revenue and visitor satisfaction. Catch up with Don on his blog at www.donenright.com.