Proceedings of the First Park Naturalists’ Training Conference, November 1 to 30, 1929

Proceedings of the First Park Naturalists’ Training Conference, November 1 to 30, 1929

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Table of Contents

  1. Proceedings – Cover
  2. Proceedings – INTRODUCTION
  3. Proceedings – Members
  4. Proceedings – IMPORTANCE OF PARK EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMS
  5. Proceedings – A DISCUSSION OF NATIONAL PARK STANDARDS
  6. Proceedings – THE FIELD OF EDUCATION IN THE NATIONAL PARKS – THE PARK VISITOR
  7. Proceedings – THE PURPOSE OF EDUCATIONAL WORK IN NATIONAL PARKS
  8. Proceedings – WHAT ACCEPTED ACADEMIC METHODS CAN BE APPLIED TO EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES IN THE PARKS?
  9. Proceedings – NEW METHODS OF OUTDOOR EDUCATION
  10. Proceedings – THE “POPULAR” INTERPRETATION OF SCIENCE
  11. Proceedings – WHAT ARE THE ELEMENTS OF A “WELL ROUNDED” EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
  12. Proceedings – WHAT PART DO THE EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR THE PUBLIC PLAY IN THE ADMINISTRATION OF THE PARK AS A WHOLE?
  13. Proceedings – HOW CAN THE PROGRAM OF INVESTIGATION BE CORRELATED WITH PARK ADMINISTRATION?
  14. Proceedings – WHAT PART SHOULD THE PARK NATURALIST PLAY IN THE ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM OF HIS DEPARTMENT?
  15. Proceedings – INTRODUCTION TO MUSEUM SESSIONS
  16. Proceedings – FUNCTIONS AND SCOPE OF A NATIONAL PARK MUSEUM
  17. Proceedings – THE PLACE OF THE MUSEUM IN THE PARK ORGANIZATION
  18. Proceedings – THE PLACE OF THE MUSEUM IN THE EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM OF A NATIONAL PARK
  19. Proceedings – PARTICIPATION OF THE RANGER NATURALISTS IN MUSEUM ACTIVITIES
  20. Proceedings – DEFINING THE PARK MUSEUM AND FORMULATING A POLICY REGARDING ITS FIELD
  21. Proceedings – SURVEY OF MUSEUM POSSIBILITIES IN NATIONAL PARKS
  22. Proceedings – WHAT THE PARK NATURALIST CAN DO TO START A MUSEU
  23. Proceedings – HOW OTHER PARK AND OUTSIDE AGENCIES CAN AID IN STARTING A MUSEUM.
  24. Proceedings – PLANNING THE MUSEUM LAY-OUT
  25. Proceedings – PRINCIPLES OF INSTALLATION PLANS AND FINISHED EXHIBIT
  26. Proceedings – MUSEUM LABELS
  27. Proceedings – GENERAL CONSIDERATION OF MUSEUM PREPARATION
  28. Proceedings – MUSEUM PREPARATION OF WILD LIFE COLLECTIONS
  29. Proceedings – COLLECTING OF MUSEUM MATERIAL IN GEOLOGY AND PALEONTOLOGY
  30. Proceedings – SOME NOTES ON ETHNOLOGICAL AND HISTORICAL COLLECTIONS FOR PARK MUSEUMS
  31. Proceedings – SOME NOTES ON THE COLLECTING AND EXHIBITING OF HISTORICAL MATERIAL
  32. Proceedings – RANDOM NOTES ON MUSEUM TECHNIQUE.
  33. Proceedings – REFERENCES on Museum Technique:
  34. Proceedings – ADMINISTRATION OF PARK MUSEUMS – FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSEUM ADMINISTRATION
  35. Proceedings – MUSEUM PERSONNEL
  36. Proceedings – OFFICE METHODS IN A MUSEUM
  37. Proceedings – MUSEUM RECORDS
  38. Proceedings – SOME GENERAL POLICIES OF MUSEUM ADMINISTRATION
  39. Proceedings – COOPERATING AGENCIES AND RELATIONSHIP TO OTHER DIVISIONS OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
  40. Proceedings – REFERENCES on Administration of a Park Museum
  41. Proceedings – THE PLACE OF THE NATURE TRAIL IN THE PARK EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
  42. Proceedings – PLANNING AND RECONNAISSANCE FOR A NATURE TRAIL
  43. Proceedings – ESTABLISHMENT OF A NATURE TRAIL
  44. Proceedings – WHAT ILLUSTRATIVE MATERIALS SHOULD BE USED IN ESTABLISHING A NATURE TRAIL?
  45. Proceedings – MAINTENANCE AND USE OF NATURE TRAILS
  46. Proceedings – NATURE TRAILS References:
  47. Proceedings – PURPOSE AND SCOPE OF EXHIBITS IN PLACE
  48. Proceedings – POTENTIAL EXHIBITS IN PLACE
  49. Proceedings – PLANNING, DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF EXHIBITS IN PLACE
  50. Proceedings – THE FIELD TRIP AS A METHOD IN EDUCATION
  51. Proceedings – PRINCIPLES OF GUIDING IN THE NATIONAL PARKS AND NOTES ON THE INTENSITY OF SERVICE OFFERED
  52. Proceedings – SCOPE AND FIELD OF GUIDING ACTIVITIES IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
  53. Proceedings – GUIDING IN THE NATIONAL PARKS ADDENDUM
  54. Proceedings – QUALIFICATIONS OF A NATURE GUIDE
  55. Proceedings – TRAINING THE GUIDE IN THE PARK
  56. Proceedings – PLANNING, ORGANIZING AND CONDUCTING GUIDED TRIPS
  57. Proceedings – PHYSICAL ASPECTS OF GUIDING
  58. Proceedings – THE ATTITUDE AND REACTIONS OF THE PUBLIC TOWARD GUIDED TRIPS
  59. Proceedings – LECTURES IN NATIONAL PARKS SOME PRINCIPLES OF LECTURING IN NATIONAL PARK
  60. Proceedings – THE PLACE OF LECTURES IN THE PARK EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
  61. Proceedings – PARK AUDIENCES
  62. Proceedings – PARK AUDIENCES
  63. Proceedings – SUBJECT MATTER
  64. Proceedings – USE OF VISUAL AND OTHER MATERIAL TO AUGMENT PARK LECTURES
  65. Proceedings – PARK NATURALISTS’ CRITICISMS OF PRESENT LECTURES IN THEIR INDIVIDUAL PARKS
  66. Proceedings – PARTICIPATION OF EDUCATIONAL DIVISION IN THE PLANNING OF ROADS, TRAILS AND OTHER IMPROVEMENTS TO PROTECT SCIENTIFIC ASSETS
  67. Proceedings – PARTICIPATION IN THE GENERAL PLANNING AND PROTECTION PROGRAM OF INDIVIDUAL PARKS
  68. Proceedings – DEFINITION OF A BALANCE OF NATURE
  69. Proceedings -IS IT POSSIBLE TO PRESERVE NATURAL BALANCE? IF SO, HOW?
  70. Proceedings – THE PREDATORY ANIMAL PROBLEM
  71. Proceedings – THE PREDATORY ANIMAL PROBLEM AND ITS BEARING ON THE NATURAL BALANCE
  72. Proceedings – IMPORTANCE OF SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
  73. Proceedings – MAKING AN INVENTORY OF OUR SCIENTIFIC ASSETS
  74. Proceedings – SURVEYS OF PARK SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS
  75. Proceedings – SOLVING SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS THROUGH COOPERATION OF ORGANIZATIONS AND INDIVIDUALS
  76. Proceedings – THE PLACE OF THE PARK NATURALIST IN THE RESEARCH PROGRAM
  77. Proceedings – USE OF RECORDED SCIENTIFIC DATA – SOURCES OF RECORD INFORMATION
  78. Proceedings – UTILIZATION OF RECORDED SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION IN THE GENERAL PARK ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM
  79. Proceedings – RECORDED SCIENTIFIC INFORMATION AND ITS BEARING ON THE GENERAL PARK ADMINISTRATIVE PROGRAM
  80. Proceedings – THE RESEARCH RESERVE AND ITS PART IN THE PARK EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
  81. Proceedings – SOME GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS OF RESEARCH RESERVES
  82. Proceedings – WHAT IS A RESEARCH RESERVE?
  83. Proceedings – ESTABLISHMENT OF RESEARCH RESERVES
  84. Proceedings – THE USE AND ADMINISTRATION OF WILDERNESS RESERVES
  85. Proceedings – SOME NOTES ON RESEARCH RESERVES AND WILDERNESS AREAS IN THE NATIONAL FORESTS
  86. Proceedings – RESEARCH RESERVES WILD LIFE PROBLEMS
  87. Proceedings – SOME WILD LIFE PROBLEMS IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
  88. Proceedings -CONTROL OF THE WHITE PINE BLISTER-RUST
  89. Proceedings – GENERAL PUBLICATIONS OF THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
  90. Proceedings – ANNOUNCEMENTS, PROGRAMS, POSTERS, ETC.
  91. Proceedings – NATURE NOTES
  92. Proceedings – NATURAL HISTORY LEAFLETS, POPULAR BULLETINS, AND TECHNICAL BULLETINS
  93. Proceedings -THE PARK INFORMATION MANUAL AND OTHER MANUALS
  94. Proceedings – WRITING FOR PRIVATE PUBLICATIONS
  95. Proceedings – SALE OF PUBLICATIONS
  96. Proceedings – I – LIBRARIES IN THE NATIONAL PARKS THE PARK LIBRARY
  97. Proceedings – ESTABLISHING PARK LIBRARIES
  98. Proceedings – ADMINISTRATION OF PARK LIBRARY
  99. Proceedings – PHOTOGRAPHY AND VISUAL EDUCATION – PRINCIPLES OF PHOTOGRAPHY
  100. Proceedings – VISUAL EDUCATION AND ITS PLACE IN THE NATIONAL PARKS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM
  101. Proceedings – THE PRODUCTION OF PHOTOGRAPHIC MATERIAL FOR USE IN THE PARKS
  102. Proceedings – GENERAL ADMINISTRATIVE PROBLEMS

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