Video lectures and webinars, reading materials, information search, virtual discussions, independent assignments (eg. quiz), final report and verbal presentation.
Required tools: fast Internet connection, computer, MS Office, Zoom.
Dodgson, Mark; Gann, David; Gann, David M.; Salter, Ammon & Salter, Ammon J. 2008 The Management of Technological Innovation. New York: Oxford University Press. Chapter 3 Technological Innovation.
Hvid, A. & Pedersen, J. B. 2016. Face the Future: What disruption and exponential acceleration means for you? Bookboon.
Yeoman, I. 2012. 2050 - Tomorrow's Tourism. Bristol: Channel View Publications. Chapter 5 Edinburgh 2050: Technological revolution.
Possible to do the project work for a tourism company, visiting lecture by industry specialist (video lecture)
22.03.2021 - 21.05.2021
Virtual course 135h
Online lectures/webinars 20h
Independent assignments 40h
Reading materials and information search 35h
Report and verbal presentation 40h
10.02.2021 - 28.02.2021
Enrolled students will receive a short, mandatory, pre-assignment approximately 1 week before course begins, sent by email. Course learning platform will open on 22.3.
1. voluntary webinar at the beginning of the course on Tuesday 23.3. at 10:00-11:30 am
2. voluntary webinar at the end of the course on Tuesday 18.5. at 10:00-11:30 am
Webinar links available in course learning platform.
Each assignment has a given deadline throughout the course.
0 - 60
Exchange students: 15
Open UAS: 5
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Tourism Management