Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Tourism
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Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Tourism

Edited by Pierre Benckendorff and Anita Zehrer

This comprehensive Handbook provides an international perspective on contemporary issues and future directions in teaching and learning in tourism. Key topics include assurance of learning, development of skills, learning in the field, work integrated learning, sustainability and critical studies, internationalisation, technology enabled learning, links between teaching and research, and graduate student supervision. Within these topics attention is devoted to the discussion of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, students, educators and trends and issues. The Handbook provides a valuable resource for understanding teaching and learning theory and practice in tourism.
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Chapter 40: The nature of innovation in tourism higher education: an institutional innovation approach

Janne J. Liburd and Anne-Mette Hjalager

Abstract

The aim of this original contribution is to present a model of institutional innovation and to apply it to tourism higher education. First, the concept of institutional innovation is introduced. Next, changes over the past five decades in tourism higher education and the curriculum are presented. They illustrate how innovations in tourism higher education have evolved in response to, but also in isolation from the larger society and socio-economic contexts in and by which tourism exists, which point to the presence and absence of institutional innovation. The model includes intuitive and strategic innovation approaches in tourism higher education and a juxtaposition of whether these approaches are aligned or detached. Offering a macro-perspective with innovative examples on tourism education and learning, this chapter dissects trends and issues for contemporary developments in tourism higher education by reference to the many contributions of this volume.

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