[Air-L] social media channels in the TOURISM AND TRAVEL SECTOR

Scott MacLeod helianth at gmail.com
Wed Dec 1 21:31:53 PST 2010

Claudia and AIR-L,

Here are some resources at open, editable, free World University and
School (like Wikipedia with MIT Open Course Ware) on Tourism:

Tourism Studies:


Like Wikipedia with its 272-ish languages, World University and School
welcomes all of your contributions.

And here is Webnographers.org Books' page (check papers and videos)
with some beginning Tourism references ... As a wiki bibliography, it
also benefits from all of our additions.

All the best,


On Wed, Dec 1, 2010 at 4:48 AM, claudia pintozeballos
<claudipz at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I am doing a research on social media channels to increase brand awareness within the TOURISM AND TRAVEL sector. can anyone suggest me articles, publications, websites with good research analysis? I am also interestd in the Linkedin professional benefits and usages for human resources departments.
> Many thanks for your help, Claudia PInto
> Queen Margaret University
> Edinburgh, Scotland
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