With the booming online population throughout the world, e-tourism, as a combination of technology of ICTs and knowledge of tourism, also as an extension of e-commerce, has been changing and revolutionizing conventional tourism industry and tourism education. For most of the developing countries, whose tourism industries are the major national income, are in great need of improving the mechanism and infrastructure for sustainable tourism development. An acute shortage of updated knowledge and skills and qualified working people result from a big gap between what e-tourism industry needs and what e-tourism education provides.

Gap Analysis of Knowledge Supply Chains for E-tourism Curriculum Design

Savino M;
2010

Abstract

With the booming online population throughout the world, e-tourism, as a combination of technology of ICTs and knowledge of tourism, also as an extension of e-commerce, has been changing and revolutionizing conventional tourism industry and tourism education. For most of the developing countries, whose tourism industries are the major national income, are in great need of improving the mechanism and infrastructure for sustainable tourism development. An acute shortage of updated knowledge and skills and qualified working people result from a big gap between what e-tourism industry needs and what e-tourism education provides.
978-974-672-556-9
Gap analysis, Knowledge Management; ISO 9001, TQM; Knowledge Supply Chain
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