Input from the Experts

Earlier today, I sent a message to my colleagues in the National Park Service who are professionals in new media and interpretation. After introducing the first iteration of our project, I asked them this:

“Here’s my question to you: you have all been involved with NPS new media and podcasting in exciting ways. Am I missing anything in the blog’s right-hand resources section? If you know of any sites and or resources that could supplement any of these three threads? It seems silly of me not to toss this out to you — the experts in the field. I think that the site Marc (Blackburn) and the Vegas team set up at  is a great one. Are there other resources that you’ve found particularly helpful or you think would help us in our project? Any thoughts, warnings, or advice? If private, please send it to me; if something that might benefit the students, please consider posting a comment to the blog.”

Let’s see what they say…


About Greg Shine

Adjunct faculty in the History Department at Portland State University, where I teach historic site interpretation. Former Chief Ranger & Historian at Fort Vancouver National Historic Site.
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