[Above image] Edmond Holland/Shutterstock.com By Dr Anya Chapman, Bournemouth University. A stroll along a pier remains the most popular activity for visitors to the British seaside, with 70% of them… »
Posts Tagged: “tourism”
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Members of the Ageing & Dementia Research Centre have presented their work at a local Memory Roadshow in Poole. It was well-attended, with much interested in ADRC projects and activities, with… »
Congratulations to Mananya Podee and Yolanda Barrado-Martin who have been selected to present their research papers at the British Society of Gerontology’s 47th Annual Conference – ‘Ageing in an Unequal… »
Improving holiday accommodation & service provision for people living with dementia and their carers
Are you living with dementia? Would you like to help with research? Currently we are seeking participants to interview about their experiences of tourism service provision and holiday accommodation. If… »
A new book, “Tourism in the Green Economy” (Routledge, 2015), edited by Maharaj Vijay Reddy and Keith Wilkes, demonstrates the important role tourism can play in a green economy, with examples of… »
Professor Dimitirios Buhalis’ latest publication, European Planning and Organisation Systems: The EU Member States provides a systematic, country-by-country analysis of tourism policy, planning and organisation in the EU. The book… »
Professor Dimitirios Buhalis’ latest publication, ‘Trends in European Tourism Planning and Organisation’ introduces a theoretical framework to tourism planning and organisation using a procedural and structural approach. The book identifies… »
Fourth editions of popular books published.
Nicholas Gregori: Innovative service marketing delivery using social media networking: Learning from review websites in the tourism/hospitality industry
Researcher: Nicholas Gregori Nicolas completed his degree in Tourism and Hospitality Management at the International School of Management in Dortmund, Germany, in 2008, and then went on to complete a… »
Zornitza Yovcheva: 3D mobile, Context-Aware Tourism City Applications: Technology challenges and user requirements
Researcher: Zornitza Yovcheva Zornitza Yovcheva’s undergraduate studies in Geography have taken her all over Europe. As well as studying at the University of Sofia in Bulgaria, she also travelled to… »
Researcher: Gregory Kapuscinski Gregory completed his BA in Tourism and Recreation at the University of Information Technology and Management in Rzeszow, Poland. After graduating he worked in a five-star resort… »
The Bournemouth University eTourism Lab explores cutting edge information and communication technologies, alongside e-based strategic management and marketing for the tourism and hospitality industries. The eTourism Lab resides within the… »
Researcher: Barbara Neuhofer Barbara Neuhofer is currently a PhD Researcher at the John Kent Institute in Tourism and eTourismLab at Bournemouth University, where she writes her thesis about “Technology Enhanced… »
Researcher: Mei Kun Loi (Vicky) Mei Kun Loi (Vicky) is currently a full time PhD researcher at The School of Tourism, Bournemouth University. Before joining Bournemouth University, Mei was a… »
Sarah Pyke: A systems theory approach to the health effects of vacationing in England and growing visitor economy
Researcher: Sarah Pyke My name is Sarah Pyke and I am a proud Canadian. I hold a Master of Business Administration in Community Economic Development, a Bachelor of Business Administration… »
BU’s School of Tourism has been working on way to reduce holidaymakers’ carbon footprint.
During the Olympic and Paralympic Games, School of Tourism staff and students were heavily involved as Games Makers, Torchbearers, volunteers, venue managers and researchers.
The London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games are a cause of great excitement for many in the UK and across the world.
Through £188,000 of funded research, BU’s Dr Philip Alford is uncovering why small tourism organisations have not yet fulfilled their digital marketing potential and is refining techniques to reverse this trend.
Researcher: Pree Thiengburanathum The increasing number of international tourists and the large amount of information that is available on the Internet and other sources has given tourists a lot of… »