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What Does Audience Inclusion Truly Mean?

10:00a Pacific/1:00p Eastern (60 MINUTES)
Brian Mast
One of the most important interpretive topics discussed among our peers is inclusion. We strive to be spaces where anyone can come to explore and learn about nature and history. In an effort to include these audiences in our interpretation it would help to have a basic understanding of Autism and Dementia along with the importance of including these audiences to reach your interpretive goal.

Brian Mast has been the Educator for the Black Belt Museum at the University of West Alabama for the past eight years. He has traveled all over the east coast giving living history programs, presented at conferences on interpretive topics such as digital engagement and programs for individuals with Autism.

Member: $35
Retired/Senior/Volunteer/Student: $25 (must be member at one of these levels to receive discount)
Nonmember: $50

For NAI Institutional and Commercial members wishing to purchase attendance for multiple staff members: the first registrant will pay normal pricing and each additional registrant will run $20. Anyone wishing to gain Certification renewal 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 credit the hours to their account. To register multiple employees, register your first employee then contact Jamie King at 888-900-8283.

Login information for this webinar will be sent the day before the webinar takes place. 

In order to hear the presentation, you will need to use a headset and stream the audio through the computer.
If you do have trouble prior to the webinar, call Emily at 970-420-1032 and she will try to assist you.

Online registration closes 4 hours before the webinar.
6/11/2019 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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