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Service learning has gained substantial recognition as an effective type of pedagogy and has aided in the national movement for enhanced civic education across the disciplines. To date, some tourism and hospitality educators have explored integrating service learning, a type of experiential...
This article presents an integrative analysis of students' motivations in choosing hospitality and tourism programs as well as industry perceptions of graduates' qualifications for employment in Uganda. A mixed-method approach is used for data collection, analysis, and reporting. Quantitatively,...
With the rapid advances in technology, the use of computer-based training (CBT) will soon become prevalent in the hospitality industry. This study was conducted with the aim of understanding the perceived beliefs of hospitality management undergraduates toward the adoption of CBT in hotels. A...
The internship is one of the most effective models of experiential learning in hospitality education. However, to be successful, it requires the cooperation of students, employers, and educators. This article identifies the role and value of the internship in hospitality education. Its benefits...
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