Flexible Learning Practices in Tourism Courses
journal contributionposted on 05.06.2017, 03:51 by Morgan, Damian
The design and delivery of quality tourist experiences will be the key focus for tourism and hospitality professionals throughout the 21st Century. This outcome will be promoted through educational design and delivery that meets the needs of a diverse range of students. Aspiring towards this aim, a process for introducing flexible learning practices is outlined and then applied to the development of tourism courses. To conclude, the utility of flexible learning practices and information and communication technology for delivery quality learning outcomes to students separated by geographic distances is critically appraised with reference to tourism course development.