Over the last several years, NAI has conducted almost 100 webinars on relevant topics for interpreters throughout their career. Most of these sessions have been recorded with the intent to create a library of resources. Click on a topic(s) below to explore a certain subject you might be interested in and note that new recordings are being added monthly:
NEW: Best Practices for Going Virtual
In light of the COVID-19 public health crisis, we have compiled a series of webinars related to online interpretation. For complete information, click here
Cultural & Historical
These sessions cover topics such as living history, conducting oral histories and interpreting topics such as Native Americans.
Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
Wondering how to make your site more accessible or hoping to increase your cultural competency? Click on this area to explore resources to help you do just that.
Curious about design, interpretive writing and general how to’s related to interpretive media? Peruse this section for several webinars that will help you build your media skill set.
Volunteer management, evaluation of visitors and much more can be found under this content area.
Occasionally NAI conducts webinars specific to increasing your naturalist know how. Check out this section to build your competency in the great outdoors.
Knowing Your Visitor
Webinars on site relevance, how people learn, and preschool interpretation can all be found in this area of our recordings.
Need more help in theme writing or crafting goals and objectives for your next interpretive program? Check out this section to learn more and build your skill set.
Interested in learning more about storytelling? Click here for topics such as crafting a good story and cultivating a sense of place.
Topics range from teaching themes to setting up a seasonal staff training in this area of our webinars.