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Sustainable Tourism Development in Fiji

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Christian Schott

on 30 October 2012

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli Educating the Next Generation of Researchers -
Sustainable Tourism Development in Fiji Quick Overview Facilitation of Student Research:
Students as ST Researchers HOW: VUW students access island and communities via virtual reality computer model (digital immersion)

WHAT: teams of 4 ST researchers conduct fieldwork

RESEARCH QUESTION: Would the benefits of sustainable tourism development outweigh the negative impacts:
devise a sustainable tourism development plan
or provide detailed argument against development Teaching and Learning Research:
Exploring impact of virtual fieldwork (digital immersion learning) on students Sustainable Tourism 'Virtual Fieldwork' Dr Christian Schott | School of Management | Victoria Business School with Prof Warwick Murray, Maciu Raivoka, David McLean Vinaka vakalevu!

Acknowledgements
BIG thank you to the Fijian communities and VUW students
VUW Teaching and Learning Development Fund
Dr Scott Diener and his team at Auckland University
VUW ITS
Project Research Assistants
Digital Immersion Project Reference Group Student ST Research Reports 75% devised development plans
volunteer tourism
cruise tourism
local entrepreneurship
etc 25% argued against development
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