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This report outlines the development of a framework for a new interpretation research agenda relating to sustainable tourism. It proposes a classification system for evaluating research and includes selected case studies. Four main research areas – to mitigate visitor impacts, to enhance tourists’ experiences and satisfaction, to encourage positive attitudes toward nature conservation, and to link outcomes to corporate/strategic objectives – have been identified and are accompanied by a number of questions and recommendations to direct future research.

by Stephen Wearing, David Archer, Gianna Moscardo and Stephen Schweinsberg

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Best Practice Interpretation Research for Sustainable Tourism: Framework for a new Research Agenda

 

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Interpretation Evaluation Tool Kit: Methods and Tools for Assessing Effectiveness of face-to-face Interpretive Programs

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Being able to document the achievements of your interpretive program influences not only budgets and financial decisions, but it also provides benchmarks needed for monitoring and continually improving the interpretive services and products you offer. The Tool Kit contains 11 indicators that were chosen based upon the expressed priorities of a range of industry partners.

by Sam H. Ham and Betty Weiler

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