Call for chapters on Tourism Employment in Nordic Countries

Open call for chapters on Tourism Employment in Nordic Countries
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New research project on the destination North Iceland

The ITRC and the Tourism Department of Hólar University College recently signed a contract with Visit North Iceland regarding a research project on the destination North Iceland.
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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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RMF hosts researcher from Australia

Dr Georgette Leah Burns from Griffith University in Australia is currently being hosted by the Icelandic Tourism Research Centre at the University of Akureyri.
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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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