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Excerpt from the preface: When I wrote Environmental Interpretation 20 years ago, I had a specific purpose in mind. At the time, there simply were no other books written for people in the interpretation field that told them in much detail how to actually do practical things - like how to plan and present a talk, lead guided tours, design exhibits or produce audiovisual programs. And outside of Bill Lewis' (1980) Interpreting for Park Visitors, which introduced the concept of a "theme" to the interpretation profession, no sources existed that showed interpreters how to apply thematic reasoning to their work. Since I emphasized all these topics in my own classes at the University of Idaho in those days, I just decided one day to write a textbook for myself-one that matched the way I wanted to teach interpretation. That was my purpose, and I'd have to say it worked out well.
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