Heritage Resource Management 361: Interpretive Programming explores foundational 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.
|Introduction to Museum Interpretation|
|Informal and Formal Learning Strategies|
|Interpretation in Museum Exhibitions|
|Different Forms of Exhibition|
|Interpretation Using Print|
|Interpretation Using New Media|
|Bringing History Alive: First and Third Person Interpretation|
M. Christine Castle. “Intellectual and Seductive: Teaching in Museums, Galleries, and Parks” in Proceedings of the Sixth Ontario Museum Association Colloquium on Learning in Museums, Waterloo, ON, 2001: 19–25.
|Community Partnerships and Interpretation|
|School Programs in Museums|