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Picture of the productBest Practices for Virtual Learning
Panel Discussion
60 minutes
Date: April 6, 2020
Webinar Recording

Do you find yourself wondering how to best engage with your visitor while your facility is closed or with limited staff? If so, join us for this free webinar and learn from a series of panelists on how they’ve been using Skype, Facebook Live and Twitter both before and during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hear their thoughts, see some of their ideas (have you seen the penguins wandering around the Shedd Aquarium yet?) and get your questions answered during this discussion with Q&A.

Panelists will come from across the profession of interpretation including the Shedd Aquarium, National Park Service, California State Parks and Big Horn Radio Network.


Non-member price: $0.00
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WEB0327204/6/2020 12:00:00 AM
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Immersive At Home Visitors Inside Your Interpretive Site Within 48 Hours With Nothing More Than A Camera and Laptop

Timelooper
60 minutes
Date: April 3, 2020
Webinar Recording

With your doors closed for the foreseeable future, how can you maintain (or even expand) relationships with your community? As part of our effort to bring more free, timely programs to our members, NAI presents a webinar hosted by one of our corporate partners, TimeLooper, where we will explore the power of virtual reality and use cases in the current environment and practical ways to get your site online within 48 hours.

Learn how to share your experiences, educational plans, living history, and natural beauty with key stakeholders who are stuck at home, including:

Families with kids dealing with cabin fever
Educators forced into distance-based learning
Topic enthusiasts and institution members searching for engagement
In this Zoom-based webinar, TimeLooper will discuss (and answer questions on) the following topics:

Best practices on how (and why) to build VR-based immersion experiences
Types of experiences you can easily develop
Easy off the shelf tools to consider
- Hardware (how to capture footage)
- Distribution platforms (how to share the content)
Creative tips on how to make content more meaningful


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WEB0403204/3/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productBasic Social Media Survival Skills - Wild West Region
Michele Whiteaker
30 minutes
Date: March 18, 2020
Webinar Recording

Featuring Strategy-based tips & ideas for when you find yourself stranded on the grid.

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


Non-member price: $15.00
If you were a member, you'd only pay: $0.00
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WEB0318203/18/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productVirtual Field Trips: Your Site through Skype
Amanda Wilson
60 minutes
Date: March 12, 2020
Webinar Recording

Dinosaur National Monument has used the innovative distance education program through Skype in the Classroom since 2015 to connect thousands of students from around the world to dinosaur fossils. As a remote park on the Utah-Colorado border with limited resources, we utilized existing partnerships, free software, cell networks and low-cost equipment to create and conduct Virtual Field Trips. In this presentation, staff from the monument will demonstrate a live portion of the program and discuss our experiences.

Amanda Wilson has been a National Park Service Interpreter since 2008 and has worked on Distance Education for the last five years. She is currently the main contact for Education Programs at Dinosaur National Monument in Utah/Colorado.


Non-member price: $35.00
If you were a member, you'd only pay: $10.00
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WEB031220A3/12/2020 12:00:00 AM
Picture of the productBeyond the Dominant Narratives of History
Montana Napier
90 minutes
Date: March 12, 2020
Webinar Recording

What are the stories told at your site? Who created or curated these stories? What is "missing" from the public eye? All are invited to explore these challenging questions & more.

Montana Napier currently serves as an Interpretive Specialist with Washington State Parks. While earning her Master’s in Environmental Education, she led Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion initiatives within place-based nonprofits. She believes that interpreting our histories with greater intention and perspective has the power to reduce racism in our schools, society, and in the natural world.


Non-member price: $40.00
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WEB031220D3/11/2020 12:00:00 AM