News

Tourism employment discussed at a conference in Norway

A great deal of interest in cooperation on research on labour issues in tourism amongst Nordic sholars.
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A good visit from the University of Plymouth

ITRC and the Geography and Tourism department of University of Iceland are hosting a workshop tomorrow (05.09) on tourism workforce in Iceland in connection with the arrival of Dr. Andreas Walmsley, University in Plymouth.
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Research on Landsmót - The National Icelandic Horse Competition

Representatives of Landsmót, Hólar University and the Icelandic Tourist Research Centre today signed an agreement for a study on Landsmót 2018 as a comprehensive event.
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ITRC seeks interviewers

The ITRC seeks interviewers to conduct survey among tourists in specific areas of Iceland this summer
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Let’s enjoy going slow - Slow Adventure

The Icelandic Tourism Research Centre has since March 2015 participated in a project developing slow adventure tourism products. The SAINT project - Slow Adventure in Northern Territories. The slow movements’ ideas have been incorporated into tourism and ways in which places can be experienced without taxing their environment.
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Celebration at the 7th floor

Last Friday, February 2nd, institutions and projects celebrated their move to the 7th floor at Borgir. Coffee and cake was served to a good crowd of people who came to explore the new facilities.
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English/Icelandic tourism concepts

An English/Icelandic Tourism word collection has recently been published.
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Successful Panel at the Arctic Circle Assembly

Communication and coordination between the various actors engaged in marine and coastal Arctic tourism management was one of the themes that was highlighted by panel participants at the Arctic Circle.
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ITRC's researchers at the 26th Nordic Symposium of Tourism and Hospitality Research

Two of the ITRC‘s researchers recently gave their presentations at the Nordic Symposium of Tourism and Hospitality Research in Falun, Sweden.
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Marine & Coastal Arctic Tourism Managment

This Friday, October 13th, the Icelandic Tourism Research Centre has organized a break-out session discussing marine and coastal tourism management with the participation of both academics and stakeholders.
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