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International education is one of Australia's largest industries and the fees generated by international students are becoming increasingly important to the budgetary health of Australian universities. It has been found that the majority of international students studying at higher-education...
A survey of 104 hotel managers was conducted to identify the Information Technology (IT) skills and other competencies needed by IT managers at the hotel property level. A factor analysis was conducted to condense 42 skills identified through review of literature and a focus group. The three...
This study investigated if industry experience and self-efficacy could significantly predict the self-directed learning readiness of hospitality, also known as Travel Industry Management (TIM), in college students in Hawaii. One hundred and nine hospitality industry college students who worked...
The “knee-jerk” implementation of curriculum without study, understanding, proper implementation, and follow-up monitor cannot assure a purposeful addition to educational programs. This research was conducted to assess the effectiveness of a new course (Co-Op Management Applications, or CMA)...
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