Here are some links to sites we recommend for further reading:
This site provides a brief description and photographs of interpretive panels and exhibits that the company has designed for museums and visitor attractions.
The Australian Association for Environmental Education promotes environmental education and training through projects, conferences, seminars and a journal of environmental education.
This site provides examples of how to interpret for children.
This federal department develops and implements the Australian Government's tourism policy and programs. Its portfolio includes organisations such as the Australian Tourist Commission
and the Bureau of Tourism Research
This site simplifies and interprets scientific information. There is an interesting section on vision that includes exercises to illustrate particular concepts.
This site covers a range of topics related to museums and interpretation. Go to 'Links' then 'Virtual Library Museums' for a list of on-line museum sites.
Interpretation Australia Association aims to enhance the professional standards and public profile of heritage interpretation.
This site provides examples of how to interpret the history of books.
This site provides links to on-line resources for museum and interpretation professionals as well as web addresses for Museum Associations and discussion group forums.
This site tells the history of Nova Scotia through the eyes of black settlers.
This site provides photographs of interpretive materials that have been designed by the company.
This site covers a wide range of topics. The Children's Compass section provides some excellent examples of how to interpret for young children and families.
The Museums Association web site is designed to disseminate information about museums and interpretation. It includes web links to many museum organisations within the United Kingdom.
This site illustrates how to present history through diaries/personal stories.
This site enables users to conduct a virtual walk through a section of the museum as well as view close-ups of exhibits and their corresponding interpretive panels.