Travelmedia Launches Introduction to Travel and Tourism Course in DVD and Distance Learning Editions for Classrooms, Libraries and Individuals
Travel and Tourism: Opening Doors for Your Future” offers positive, comprehensive view of the industry for students and career-changers
The Library/Personal Edition, available on DVD and priced at US$90, includes the same content as the US$280 Academic Edition released earlier this year, but without interactive study questions and customizable instructor's module. The Library/Personal Edition is designed as an affordable self-paced learning program, available to students through libraries, and for teachers who can use its ten modules as audio visual aids to supplement their own classes.
"We are now providing the DVD edition in response to many calls from librarians who want to offer a lower-priced version of our program for personal or individual student use without the customizable teaching tools of the Academic Edition," says Russell Johnson, president of Travelmedia.
The e-Learning Edition, available on the Web in high definition Flash video, offers the same content as the Library/Personal Edition plus a Testing Center, where students can challenge their knowledge. It is available online for US$35.
"Because of its international appeal and relevance, we now are extending the availability of the program in an e-Learning format. Unlike typical static text and graphics-based programs, ours features highly-motivational videos photographed around the world" Johnson added.
All versions have been updated and expanded for 2009-10 with new statistics, information and trends and are updated regularly.
Custom educational program development
Travelmedia offers development of custom programs, based on its e-Learning template for countries, industry sectors and companies in many languages.
All programs can be purchased online at http://learntravelandtourism.com
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Phone: +1 415 389-1700
Travelmedia offers a full palette of media production, educational program development and messaging services including video, interactive DVD, and online and viral marketing and social networking programs. It draws on experience in 58 countries and dozens of US states and cities. Clients include local CVBs, national tourism offices, cruise lines, airlines, car rental firms, major credit card companies, trade organizations, universities and world organizations such as the United Nations and the Asian Development Bank. http://www.travelmedia.com