informal education program design, development & delivery
Often in the virtual exhibitions we create, the educational material takes a back seat to the multimedia ‘bells and whistles’. Liz has been instrumental in weaving the two together – pointing out areas where the educational material or learning outcomes could be incorporated within some of the flashier areas and creating content that was engaging enough to stand on its own. David Alexander, Head of New Archives and Digital Preservation, Royal BC Museum
Salt Frog was instrumental in our interpretive signage project for the Galloping Goose and Lochside Trails. Liz Crocker led our project team through all aspects of the interpretive planning process for the ten signs. She conducted extensive research on sign location sites. The content and interpretive writing was top-notch and delivered on schedule. Salt Frog comes highly recommended. Thank you Liz for your hard work and commitment to detail. Nancie Dohan, Coordinator of Environmental Interpretation, Capital Regional District Parks
It was a great pleasure having Salt Frog's Liz Crocker on board to edit the draft texts of 16 interpretive panels for four national historic sites. I had a tight timeline for this project and it involved staff from four different sites across Canada. Liz was great to work with as she was understanding, flexible, but committed to successful completion of the tasks on time. Liz contributed her strong expertise as an interpretive writer and editor to my project. My team and I greatly appreciated Salt Frog’s work. Lihua Huang, Project Manager, National Interpretive Panels Project, Parks Canada
Thanks Liz. Turning policies into meaningful messaging is not easy; however, you took the task on with just the right amount of humour and understanding of what was needed. Your patience and dedication to finding workable solutions was greatly appreciated. Lynn Bremner, Recreation Services Officer, BC Parks.
It was wonderful working with Liz on the Snuneymuxw Exhibit project. Liz's work on the project started with the development of content for the Virtual Museum of Canada site “Snuneymuxw Voices”. Liz later prepared the interpretive plan for the Nanaimo Museum’s Snuneymuxw First Nation exhibit. To accompany the exhibit, Liz created the First Nations family backpack program. The program incorporates a "hands-on" experience for families, bringing another level of information to the exhibit. It will also be an added feature for our school programming, along with the new Grade 4/5 Snuneymuxw program Liz developed. I can't thank her enough! Debbie Trueman, General Manager, Nanaimo Museum