Latimer, Sue
March 2010
Interpretation Journal;Spring2010, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p23
The article focuses on the development of interpretation plans for learning and access of Kelvingrove project team. It mentions that the project team focuses on stories revealed by objects and creation of the content. It notes that the importance of using the interpretation plans is to frame the content and write specifically for visitors. Furthermore, an interpretative text is not a literary fiction but a mechanism that engages the effect of the theme to the readers.


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