06.03.2023 - 19.05.2023
Fully online course. Learning through theory and case studies. Concept design.
Online lectures and discussions, interactive webinars.
Course assignments help the student to progress gradually towards the final assignment on experiential food tourism product/service/concept. Peer feedback and evaluation on many assignments. Reflection.
Ellis, A., Park, E., Kim, S. & Yeoman, I. 2018. What is food tourism? Tourism Management, 68(2018), 250-263. Available online 4 April 2018 Elsevier.
Croce, E. and Perri, G. 2010. Food and Wine Tourism. Integrating Food, Wine and Territory. Chapter 4, p. 60-72. Willingford: CAB International.
OECD Tourism Trends and Policies 2020. N.d. Accessed on 20 November 2022. Retrieved from https://www.oecd.org/cfe/tourism/oecd-tourism-trends-and-policies-20767773.htm
Northern Ireland Embrace a giant spirit - Experience Development Toolkit. N.d. Accessed on 20 November 2022. Retrieved from https://www.tourismni.com/globalassets/business-development/digital-marketing/ni-embrace-a-giant-spirit/embrace-a-giant-spirit-experience-development-toolkit.pdf
Havas, Kristiina & Jaakonaho, Kristiina (Eds.). 2015. Hungry for Finland . HAAGA-HELIA ammattikorkeakoulu. Accessed on 20 November 2022. Retrieved from http://www.e-julkaisu.fi/haaga-helia/hungry_for_finland/#pid=1
Guidelines for the Development of Gastronomy Tourism. 2019. World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) and Basque Culinary Center (BCC) on food tourism in relation to business/economy and regional/local development. Retrieved on 20 November 2022 from https://www.e-unwto.org/doi/pdf/10.18111/9789284420957
Wolf, E. (Ed.) 2022. State of the Food & Beverage Tourism Industry Report. World Food Travel Association. Accessed on 20 November 2022. Retrieved from https://worldfoodtravel.org/annual-food-travel-industry-report/
Case studies from the industry. The final assignment can be designed for a company if the student so wishes.
No traditional exams. Grading 1-5 will be based on the student's input on the gradually progressing assignments during the course and the final assignment.
The course has usually international students (both degree and exchange students), therefore it has very multicultural profile which can be seen e.g. in the discussions. Both global and Finnish examples used.
Individual study of materials 40h
Course assignments 35h
Final assignment 35h
Online discussions 5h
Peer evaluation and commenting 5h
01.11.2022 - 05.01.2023
The material folder of each main theme and the assignments will be instructed gradually when the course proceeds. The student is expected to complete the assignments gradually on time in order receive feedback. When all the main themes will have been studied, the student continues working on the final assignment for which she has already prepared material in the previous assignments. The final assignment will be assessed by both the teacher and peers. At the end of the course the student reflects her learning.
Accreditation (replacement and inclusion)
Recognition of prior learning and assessment
More information: https://www.jamk.fi/en/for-students/degree-student/recognition-of-prior-learning-and-experience
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Evaluation scale 1-5. Enhancement-led evaluation and feedback by the teacher. Reflection and self-assessment. Peer feedback during the course.
Bachelor's Degree Programme in Service Business, Bachelor's Degree Programme in Tourism and Service Business
School of Business