Spring
Course name Future Technology in Tourism
Course date 20.03.2023 - 19.05.2023
Institution Jyväskylä University of Applied Sciences
Course language English
Credits 5 ECTS credit

Field Hospitality Management HUB, Entrepreneurship HUB
Teacher Henna Siltanen
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Available for open UAS Chargeable
Level Bachelor

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Enrolment period 21.11.2022 - 26.02.2023
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Future Technology in Tourism

20.03.2023 - 19.05.2023

Course description

The object of the course After the course you are aware of the trends and new technological applications in global tourism business. You will know how to innovate new technological applications and consider possibilities and challenges in new technology.

The principal contents of this course are (1) Trends in tourism technology, (2) New technology and its applications in tourism and hospitality business, (3) Innovation process and practices.

The learning objectives of the course You understand the significant role of new technological innovations in the development of tourism business. You have a broad understanding of the possibilities that new technologies offer to tourism. You have basic knowledge of the design and innovation process of new technological applications. You are capable to design a new application concept based on future technology in tourism.

Prerequisites

Basic knowledge in tourism business.

Assessment criteria

Assessment is based on learning objectives and is both qualitative and quantitative. Assessment is implemented by students (self-assessment), peers, and the teacher.

Course way of working and time table

Video lectures and webinars, reading materials, information search, online discussions, independent assignments (eg. quiz). Project work incl. written report and video presentation.

Course learning platform in Moodle is open from 20.03.2023 to 19.05.2023. Course has no mandatory webinars.

Course info

Required tools: fast Internet connection, computer, MS Office, Zoom.

Material: 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. Other online materials provided during implementation.