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Application of quantitative techniques in the study of tourism phenomena has gained momentum in the last two decades. Various quantitative methods allow researchers to investigate problems encompassing, for instance, tourists’ behaviors, destinations efficiency, or tourism demand forecasting....
Data analysis skills are key competencies which today’s students in higher education must acquire. Among non-cognitive factors hindering the acquisition of these competencies are negative attitudes towards Statistics. This study analyzes attitudes towards Statistics among tourism students...
The main purpose of this study is to understand hospitality management students’ perceptions and motivations around using electronic discussion boards as part of their hospitality course delivery. The technology acceptance model was chosen as the key theoretical framework. Thirty-two...
Journal of Teaching in Travel & Tourism (JTTT) is a widely acknowledged journal for its contribution to scientific knowledge development in travel and tourism education. Understanding the developmental trajectory of JTTT in the context of tourism and hospitality education is highly relevant for...
The high dropout rate from Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs) has been a major concern of researchers and educators over the years. Although academic papers on MOOCs have mushroomed over the past ten years, few studies have focused on MOOC dropout and retention. In particular, research on...
The purpose of this article was to propose a model of transformative learning for short-term study abroad programs. The proposed study abroad program has been developed and implemented by faculty for the past 5 years on study abroad programs to Belize and includes high-impact practices, cultural...
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