Liz Crocker

Learning Program Developer

Liz Crocker joined the Learning department of the Royal BC Museum in 2016 after more than twenty-five years of working in the education, environmental and heritage fields in British Columbia. Liz’s experience ranges from front-line interpretation, designing school and public programs and managing volunteers to interpretive planning and interpretive writing for museums, parks and historic sites. Liz has worked on several digital learning projects for the Virtual Museum of Canada and more recently, the Royal BC Museum’s Learning Portal.

Liz has a BA in archaeology and English from Simon Fraser University and a post-degree diploma in cultural resource management from the University of Victoria, where she studied museums, public programming, exhibit design, oral history, intangible heritage and heritage conservation.


BA, Archaeology and English, Simon Fraser University

Post-degree diploma, Cultural Resource Management, University of Victoria

Areas of Interest

Online and digital learning

Environmental education and nature interpretation

Natural and cultural heritage

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Latest Articles

Mountain Stream

August 14, 2018 11:18 am

My attempt to video a sublime mountain stream without a tripod and while fending off bugs, near Bone Mountain, south of Tumbler Ridge, […]

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