New website launched
A big step forward: our new website is on-line. Discover new opportunities for networking and keeping track of what's on in European heritage interpretation...
It's not yet perfect, and there are still some "construction works" going on. But today we redirected our URL to our new site.
Your input is vital
Members - including those on the old mailing list - may send us their announcements for events, partner search request for international projects, employment opportunities etc. These sections depend on your active input.
Wanted! Feedback and good images
You will probably find the one or other mistake or functions that do not yet work properly. Please inform the webmaster.
We would be very grateful for really good images - especially with people interacting with interpretation in different settings or with different media. We need a pool of images that allows us to find appropriate scenes in order to illustrate existing and new pages.
At first we want to thank the University of Freiburg for having hosted the website of the informal Interpret Europe network for many years without any charge.
Many thanks to those on the committee who contributed (and still contribute) in refining first drafts - particularly Michael Glen who did a tremendous job in enhancing the style (however, not this page yet).
Last but not least, we send warm thanks to Mrs. Alisha Huber who programmed our site in Typo3. She did a perfect job implementing our ideas in short time, and - even more challenging - in training us to manage the site more and more by ourselves.
Patrick and Bettina