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  • Hvenegaard, G., E. Halpenny, and C.J. Blye. 2019. Do the goals match the outcomes of personal interpretation Alberta Parks? 25th International Symposium on Society and Resource Management, Oshkosh, WI (June 6).
  • Hvenegaard, G., C.J. Blye, and E. Halpenny. 2018. My staff don’t agree with me? Diverse perspectives on the desired outcomes of personal interpretation. Interpretation Canada National Online Conference - A Diversity of Interpreters. (Oct 11).
  • Blye, C.J., E. Halpenny, and G. Hvenegaard. 2018. Interpretive program perceptions: A comparison of Alberta Parks staff views of visitor trends, program opportunities, challenges, and outcomes. 9th International Conference on Monitoring and Management of Visitors in Recreational and Protected Areas, Bordeaux, France (March 16). Pp. 223-233 in Abstract book.
  • Cook, K., G. Hvenegaard, and E. Halpenny. 2018. Visitor perceptions of the outcomes of personal interpretation in Alberta’s provincial parks. Alberta Parks Forum, Canmore, AB (Mar 16).
  • Blye, C.J., G. Hvenegaard, and E. Halpenny. 2018. Searching for interpretive excellence: What Alberta can learn from latest evidence on interpretive best practice. Alberta Parks Forum, Canmore, AB (Mar 16).
  • Hvenegaard, G., H. Marshall, and R.H. Lemelin. 2017. Parks dealing with controversy through ‘hot interpretation’: Lessons from Batoche National Historic Site, Saskatchewan, Canada. Canadian Parks Conference: Parks, Protected Areas, Open Spaces and Public Places, Banff, AB (Mar 9).
  • Hvenegaard, G., H. Marshall, and R.H. Lemelin. 2016. Hot interpretation of controversial topics at protected areas: A case study of Batoche National Historic Site, Saskatchewan. BC Protected Areas Forum, Victoria, BC (Dec 6).