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STUDENT eBOOK EDITION This concise survey course on the travel and tourism industry covers much of the same subject matter as a beginning college class. Discover how the Travel and Tourism industry works. Ideal for independent study or in addition to classroom study. Learn about Travel and Tourism's many career paths and opportunities. Tutorials and online videos give you the knowledge and language you need to speak intelligently in a job interview.


BUY ON AMAZON Plays on all model Kindles, iPad, iPhone, Android, PC and Mac Kindle Readers (Not all readers or devices play video. Video requires a live internet connection.

MOBI EDITION Plays on all model Kindles, iPad, iPhone, Android , PC and Mac Kindle Readers including Calibre. (Not all readers or devices play video. Video requires a live internet connection

EPUB EDITION Plays iPad, iPhone, Barnes and Noble Nook, Kobo and Sony eReaders and Mac and Mac and PC Readers including Calibre.



Educate and inspire your students or employees with this DVD or high-definition video program licensed for use in classrooms. Nine video modules i
deal for use as a classroom audio visual aid for beginning courses in travel and tourism at schools and universities. Includes a presentation module that teachers can customize with their own information.  eBook can be assigned to students. Currently in use in schools and universities around the world.

US$90 classroom/library - BUY

Ideal for adoption by educational institution or incorporation into e-learning programs.

US$750 site/e-learning - BUY

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