Interpretation Canada is a community that supports and inspires those involved in the field of heritage interpretation and education at museums, historic sites, parks, farms, nature centres, first nations cultural sites, zoos, aquaria, botanical gardens, and a host of other heritage sites and wilderness locations. Their second online conference has the theme “Audiences and Innovation”. Speakers include: Chris Mathieson (Vancouver Police Museum) – Building New Audiences: Big Lessons From a Little Museum; Dr. John Falk (professor, University of Oregon) – Keynote Address: Understanding the Visitor Experience; Brad Tucker (Dinosaur Provincial Park) – Carving the Niche: The Benefits of Designing Programs from an Experiential Perspective; Interpretation Canada’s 2010 AGM (Annual General Meeting); Stephanie Weaver (experienceology blog, author) – Forgotten Spaces and Your Visitor Experience: Details Matter; Nicole Deufel (from Wales, UK) – From Stakeholder to Audience; Stéphane Bruneau (Parks Canada) – social marketing and outreach education (title TBA). Conference Details: Six live hour-long online sessions, as well as our AGM. Registration will give you access to all seven as well as continued access to the recorded sessions for six months. So if your time zone or daily work prevents you from attending all of the sessions, you will still have access. FREE – watch the sessions from the first online interpretation conference in the world – last year’s IC conference! Includes Sam Ham’s keynote address. Over 100 interpreters from seven different countries came together to share ideas, get recharged, and develop further as professionals. Visit our website for more info. Today’s member rate: $113 (US$110); Non-member rate: $175 (US$170). To register and for more info: http://www.interpcan.ca.