HERM 561: Advanced Issues in Interpretive Programming Report a Broken Link

Heritage Resource Management 561: Advanced Issues in Interpretive Programming explores theoretical and applied issues in interpretive programming through a range of readings and assignments that deal with the purpose of museum interpretation, its central concepts and terminology, as well as the significant issues and debates in the field.

Required Readings


Unit 1


Introduction to Museum Interpretation

Unit 2


Informal and Formal Learning Strategies

Unit 3


Interpretation in Museum Exhibitions

Unit 4


Different Forms of Exhibition

Unit 5


Interpretation Using Print

Unit 6


Interpretation Using New Media

Unit 7


Bringing History Alive: First and Third Person Interpretation

Unit 8


Visitor Studies

Unit 9


Community Partnerships and Interpretation
Note: This link takes you to the main page of this book, where you will follow the links to View this eBook, then the Table of Contents, then Part 2 Strategies for Inclusion, then choose Chapter 14.

Unit 10


School Programs in Museums