NAI Region 6

Welcome to Region 6.

We are the interpreters of NAI’s Region Six. Our membership comes from Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma, and Texas. We hold a regional workshop every year, usually in the latter half of February.

Educator Resources during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Creating Online Programming

More Resources coming soon. Education Companies offering FREE subscriptions due to school closings. Webinars Remote Learning Best Practices (Help Guide) WebEx – Expanded FREE options during COVID-19 closures. Facebook Live How to Broadcast from your Computer Free Video Editing / … Continue reading

Free Online Learning

More time than usual working from home? Here are some free online learning resources like virtual field trips, online collections, and downloadables. Special thanks to Jane Beattie for putting together a Flipboard of resources, and to those who post these … Continue reading

Podcasting Resources

Stay up-to-date with Podcasting information and resources by signing up for free Podnews emails. These resources are compiled from Podnews. Free Tools and Services To help schools move to online classes and aid the spread of reliable information, Buzzsprout is providing free … Continue reading

Interpretation is a mission-based communication process that forges emotional and intellectual connections between the interests of an audience and the meanings inherent in a resource.


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About NAI

The National Association for Interpretation (NAI) is a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) professional association for those involved in the interpretation of natural and cultural heritage resources in settings such as parks, zoos, museums, nature centers, aquaria, botanical gardens, and historical sites.

For more than 50 years, NAI and its parent organizations have encouraged networking, training, and collaboration among members and partners in support of our mission: inspiring leadership and excellence to advance heritage interpretation as a profession.