| My apologies for not being in touch more regularly through this newsletter—it's been a mad busy year (see my second article below.) Please feel free to hit 'reply' and let me know how things are going at your end. |
Along with my regular consulting and writing work, I am creating on an online learning platform specifically for interpreters. At the moment I am putting together a course called Marketing for Interpreters, another called Beyond Tilden: Relevance in a Changing World, and lastly a brief course in creating interpretive signs. Let me know if these interest you, and stay tuned for more news.
A New Certification in Canada
| ... and an interview with Tracey Gage|
The Interpretive Guides Association is offering a two-day certification course in interpretation, presented (this time) via Zoom. I have known the folks at IGA for a long time, but I realized that my understanding of what they do is a bit outdated. So I took a little time to talk on the phone …
| Here's what's been keeping me busy this last while. Let me know if anything here sparks your imagination for a future collaboration. |
What makes an experience memorable?
| It's a fairly simple formula, actually. Take a moment to think back to one of your most cherished travel experiences—something that goes back, say, more than five years. Close your eyes and let the images and feelings of that trip surround you. It's a nice feeling, isn't it? What were the images and feelings that came back to you first? …|
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