HERM 361: Interpretive Programming Report a Broken Link

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.

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