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Picture of the productTelling All Americans’ Stories
Lauren Devore and Megan Springate
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: September 22, 2020
Webinar Recording

There are hidden stories in every town, city and state waiting to be discovered and interpreted. The hope is to give people the ability to connect with others in telling all stories.

Lauren Devore is a Park Ranger with the National Park Service, located at the Belmont Paul Women’s Equality National Monument in Washington, DC.

Megan Springate is the National Coordinator for the National Park Service 19th Amendment Centennial Commemoration. She sits at National Park headquarters in Washington, DC.


Non-member price: $35.00
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WEB0922209/22/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productSolutions for Inclusive Interpretation
Rolonda Teal
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: September 17, 2020
Webinar Recording

Solutions for Inclusive Interpretation is designed to provide a nine-step solution to developing multivocal stories for interpretive professionals. The National Park Service system will serve as a case study for this model.

Dr. Rolonda Teal is a Human Dimensions Specialist who works as a Research Associate at Stephen F. Austin State University and as an Independent Contractor for various Federal and State entities. Teal’s work led to the first connection in the country that links a National Historic Trail with an enslaved escape route.


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WEB0917209/17/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productTime Management for Interpreters
Matt Villamaino
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: August 11, 2020
Webinar Recording

We all have the same amount of time each week to do what needs to be done. Learn how you can use that time more efficiently to become more productive. In addition to covering core time management fundamentals, we will also cover how to integrate the challenges of scheduling while working a public facing job with minimal administrative time.

Matt Villamaino works for the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation as the Regional Interpretive Coordinator. His specific interests include planning, training, coaching, and developing non-personal interpretive media.


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WEB0811208/11/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productCan we Talk? Effective Climate Conversations
Laura Drath
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: July 21, 2020
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Climate change affects us all—so why don’t we talk about it? These conversations don’t have to be scary! Learn proven techniques for framing climate change in terms that lead to solutions-based thinking and engage broad and diverse audiences.

Laura Drath is an Interpretive Services Supervisor with the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in Sacramento. A graduate of the 2016 National Network for Ocean and Climate Change Interpretation (NNOCCI), she works to encourage productive, solutions-focused climate conversations wherever she goes.


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WEB0721207/21/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productIs it Working? Interpretation Assessment Methods
Ray Radigan
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: July 14, 2020
Webinar Recording

What are the needs of visitors and how well are we meeting them? Take a broad look at successful data collection and learn how to make the best use of your data to make informed decisions and be responsive to your site’s needs.

Ray Radigan is the Curator of one of the oldest history museums in the country, Memorial Hall Museum in Deerfield, MA. He has spent the last decade working as a curator and exhibit designer for the National Park Service and several non-profit museums. Ray has been a leader of data collection and analysis projects at each site.


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WEB0714207/14/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productCreating a Flint Hills Fandom: Taking Interpretation to the
Stephen Bridenstine
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: June 30, 2020
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Taking your interpretation to the big leagues with this instructions session on maximizing your outreach potential. Hear one example of EE outreach efforts at a college football game and gain a better understanding of the breadth of public venues available for interpretation and the considerations in working large events.

Stephen Bridenstine is the Curator of Education at the Flint Hills Discovery Center in Manhattan, Kansas. He manages a team of eight education staff responsible for the development and delivery of place-based science, nature and history programming. Bridenstine is a CIG with two degrees in History.


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WEB0630206/30/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productRace, Social Justice, and Interpretation
Panel Discussion
90 minutes
CE: 1.5
Date: June 25, 2020
Webinar Recording

Recent events have thrust issues of race and social justice to the forefront of the national conversation, but systemic inequities have been obstacles for generations. Interpreters are uniquely positioned to effect positive change, but what actions can we take, regardless of where we work or what we interpret, to overcome injustice, not only at our sites but throughout society? This panel discussion highlights accomplished interpreters who work to serve underserved populations, promote cultural understanding, and amplify voices for positive change.

Moderated by Parker McMullen Bushman, the Vice President for Programs on NAI’s Board of Directors, and is the chair of NAI’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee.

Panelists include: Jose Chavez (manager of the Reedy Creek Nature Center for Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation in Charlotte, North Carolina), Ramsey Harris (Community Program Director at the Gang Rescue and Support Project (GRASP) in Denver), Elon Cook Lee (Director of Interpretation and Education at the National Trust for Historic Preservation), and Francis Mendoza (Supervising Naturalist at the East Bay Regional Park District in the Oakland/San Francisco Bay Area), and Robin White (superintendent at Little Rock Central High School National Historic Site).

This recording is free to NAI members. The nonmember price will help support the ability for NAI to continue to offer these webinars.


Non-member price: $15.00
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WEB0625206/25/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productAvoiding the Pitfalls - Wild West Region
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Online Interpretive Programs

Roger Gray
30 minutes
CE: .5
Date: June 17, 2020
Webinar Recording

Featuring tips and tricks for delivering online interpretive programming.

Free for NAI members. Nonmembers will be charged a $15 donation towards the Wild West Region's scholarship fund.


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WEB0617206/17/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productGraphic Design Basics For Heritage Interpreters Series
Paul Caputo
3 webinars, 60 Minutes each
CE: 3
Date: May-June, 2020
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This series is designed for interpreters who have little or no training in graphic design but find themselves responsible for creating nonpersonal media. Paul will discuss using what you already know about interpretation as a guide to creating effective nonpersonal media, informing decisions about graphic design.

Webinars can be purchased individually for $10 (member)/$35 (nonmember) each under Design webinars.


Non-member price: $80.00
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Picture of the productGraphic Design Basics For Heritage Interpreters: Composition
Paul Caputo
60 minutes
CE: 1
Date: June 9, 2020
Webinar Recording

Hierarchy, legibility, and visual appeal all play a part in crafting your final product. Learn how to apply what you already know about structuring an outline for a personal interpretation program and convey it visual media. We’ll talk about using a grid and critique existing design.

Paul was hired as NAI's graphic designer in 2002, and is responsible for the organization's visual identity, including publications, websites, and logos. In his current role as deputy director, he conducts training on social media and graphic design, performs administrative duties in support of the executive director, and serves as the staff liaison with NAI's geographical regions and special-interest sections. Originally from the Philadelphia area, he lives with his two children in Fort Collins, Colorado, where he likes to write, run, and travel.

Also available as the 3rd webinar in the Graphic Design Basics For Heritage Interpreters Series package.


Non-member price: $35.00
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