Puerto Rico: Call for Proposals!

2015 NAI Sunny Southeast Region Workshop
February 2 – 5, Humacao, Puerto Rico

Join us to share experiences, learn from others, enjoy with friends and expand your network of individuals and organizations in diverse fields of interpretation. For this, the planning committee is actively looking for presenters of 45 to 50 minutes concurrent sessions. We can also set longer times (1:30 hours approximately) for workshops and hands-on activities. When proposing themes for workshop presentations, the “interpretive” sky is the limit. Some suggested themes can be: natural sciences or history content, best practices and trends, general interpretive media, benefits of using social media, business management for not-for-profits sites, experiences with interpretive initiatives or special programs, research in interpretation, diversity and accessibility in interpretive sites, etc. But, if you have a different theme in mind, please feel free to propose it.

Requested Information of Prospective Presenters:
Presentation Title
Brief description of presentation of 2 – 5 sentences (for Program)
Presenter(s) name
Title and position
Employer(s)
Brief speaker bio (Please include info you want to share with audience: current position and organization, education and/or experience, awards or achievements, and interests, etc)
Contact information (phone numbers and emails)

Please, email information to:
naipr2015@gmail.com 
(Subject: 2015 NAI Sunny Southeast Region Workshop @ PR Presenter) no later thanNovember 24, 2014 (5pm ET).

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