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  • Takings Law in Plain English

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    This book, published by the National Trust for Historic Preservation, provides the keys to understanding the legal history and its import for modern Americans. Takings Law In Plain English

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  • Tapuwae: A Vision for Places of Maori Heritage

    Posted on July 31, 2017 by in

    Tapuwae means ‘sacred footprint’. The Māori Heritage Council (the Council) uses this term to symbolise the Māori heritage ‘footprints’ in the landscape. It is also used to communicate the idea that we can look back to where we have been as we move forward, taking more steps. The Council has a national leadership role to […]

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  • Tercera Parte-Learning, Bermuda National Trust

    Posted on November 15, 2015 by in

    las experiencias de tres partes de Aprendizaje ‘Programa de Educación La Bermuda National Trust ofertas que excursiones complemento para confiar reservas naturales y propiedades históricas y enlaza directamente con el plan de estudios de Cambridge Nacional y el Ministerio de Estudios Sociales Educación Currículo de. Las excursiones y actividades se proporcionan para todos los grados. […]

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  • The Heritage Education Tool Kit – For Heritage Clubs in Uganda’s secondary schools

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by in

    Uganda’s communities are faced with many survival needs, making heritage conservation and cultural rights a low priority. This kit, published by the Cross-Cultural Foundation of Uganda, has been developed to engage young people in interactive discussions on the value of cultural heritage in present times. The Heritage Education Tool Kit – For Heritage Clubs in Uganda’s […]

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  • The Mutuality of Colonial Heritage in Multi-ethnic Paramaribo; Reality or Illusion?

    Posted on July 31, 2017 by in

    This paper, delivered by Eugenio van Maanen and Gregory Ashworth at the “Contested Pasts: Urban Heritage in Divided Cities,” Conference of the Association of Critical Heritage Studies, Canada, in 2016, introduces the term ‘mutual heritage’ and seeks to explore the existence of mutuality within the interpretation of built colonial heritage in a multiethnic society. The Mutuality of Colonial Heritage […]

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  • This Lighthouse Matters

    Posted on October 13, 2015 by in

    This Lighthouse Matters: A great outreach, awareness and fundraising project from the National Trust for Canada. Lighthouses are symbols of our country’s proud Maritime heritage and deeply linked with Atlantic Canada’s culture, memory and identity.  Canada’s lighthouse matter – and they are at risk: Once owned almost exclusively by government, many have already been lost, some […]

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  • Three-Part Learning, Bermuda National Trust

    Posted on September 15, 2015 by in

    The Bermuda National Trust Education Programme offers ‘Three-Part Learning’ experiences that complement field trips to Trust nature reserves and historic properties and link directly to the Cambridge National Curriculum and the Ministry of Education Social Studies Curriculum. Field trips and activities are provided for all grade levels. When scheduling a field trip, teachers can request […]

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  • Todo habla: Siete principios de trabajo de interpretación

    Posted on November 5, 2015 by in

    El enfoque de esta guía, publicada por la Fundación Nacional de Inglaterra, Gales e Irlanda del Norte, es sobre cómo podemos desafiarnos a nosotros mismos para elevar nuestros estándares de interpretación. Esquemas de color, olores, lo que está en el menú, ths estilo de señalización, folletos, actividades, conversaciones que pasan, la posición de las cosas, […]

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  • Tout parle: Sept principes de travail d’interprétation

    Posted on November 5, 2015 by in

    L’objectif de ce guide, publié par le National Trust d’Angleterre, Pays de Galles et d’Irlande du Nord, est sur la façon dont nous pouvons nous battre pour élever nos normes d’interprétation. Les couleurs, les odeurs, ce qui est sur le menu, THS style de signalisation, dépliants, des activités, des conversations qui passent, la position des […]

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  • Towards a Better Practice in Effective Heritage Interpretation

    Posted on September 20, 2015 by in

    This document, published by the National Trust of Australia, presents seven heritage interpretation principles and associated case studies that have been selected specifically to assist the interpretation of Australia’s heritage. While they are specific to Australia’s heritage both at home and abroad the basic principles are applicable to effective interpretation of heritage places worldwide. Towards a Better […]

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