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Cinda May participating in workshop (National Park Service and George Rogers Clark National Historical Park)

Posted by isulib on October 10, 2011

Workshop on Interpretive Needs for Historical Park

The National Park Service and George Rogers Clark National Historical Park staff have invited Cinda May, Chair of Special Collections and director of Wabash Valley Visions & Voices Digital Memory Project, to participate in a two-day workshop to discuss long-term interpretive needs for the historical park and its resources.  The workshop, which is scheduled for October 19-20, 2011, will be an interactive discussion among a diverse group of stakeholders to determine the resources, interpretative themes and stories, and challenges and opportunities in the area of interpretation in order to prepare a Long Term Interpretive Plan. The plan will identify an effective and efficient interpretative program that achieves management goals, provides appropriate visitor opportunities, and facilitates desired visitor experiences. Congratulations, Cinda!

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