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    • IFITT Finland avajaisseminaari, Savonlinna, 20.11.2013 IFITT Finland avajaisseminaari Juho Pesonen, Itä-Suomen yliopisto, Matkailualan opetus- ja tutkimuslaitos, Savonlinna, eMatkailu-hanke
    • Päivän ohjelma • 9.00–11.00 Professori Rodolfo Baggio, Bocconi University (etäyhteys): Seminaarin avaus ja IFITT Finlandin perustaminen • 11.00–12.00 Omakustannelounas • 12.00–12.45 Alessandro Inversini, lecturer, Bournemouth University: eLearning in Tourism • 12.45–13.15 Juho Pesonen, suunnittelija, Itä-Suomen yliopisto: Suomalaisten matkailuyritysten sosiaalisen median käyttö ja koulutustarpeet • 13.15–14.00 Päivi Salmi, CRM, sähköinen liiketoiminta & markkinointi, Savonlinnan Oopperajuhlat: Minkälaista eMatkailun osaamista ja koulutusta matkailuyritys tarvitsee? • 14.00–14.30 Kahvitauko • 14.30–15.15 Pekka Ranta, erityissuunnittelija, Itä-Suomen yliopisto: Oppimisen mobiili tulevaisuus • 15.15–15.45 Paneeli: Critical developments in eTourism education and eLearning Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 2
    • IFITT Finlandin avaus • Esittäytymiset Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 3
    • Rodolfon tervetuliaissanat Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 4
    • IFITT Finlandin perustaminen • REQUIREMENTS FOR IFITT CHAPTERS • 1. Active membership of the IFITT and ENTER community • 2. Clear objectives and annual activities plan approved by IFITT • 3. Minimum of 10 members in the country or region • 2. AGM where all country members are invited (teleconference and Skype can do it) • 3. Establish Board of 4-7 members with an elected Chapter President Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 5
    • IFITT Finlandin perustaminen • The chapter then signs an agreement with IFITT which defines the obligations of IFITT and the local IFITT chapter which includes for example, the scope and reporting of chapter activities. IFITT Chapters can remain chapters only if the meet these requirements which will be revised annually at the IFITT AGM. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 6
    • Membership • Individuals are IFITT members but form a local (location based) or special interest (topic based) groups to explore things more relevant to their interest and context Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 7
    • Legal status • Some chapters establish their own legal entities and become registered associations but this is not obligatory - it is up to the local chapter board. In any case the IFITT Chapter Agreement regulates the IFITT Chapters. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 8
    • Finance • In general IFITT chapters do not receive any funding or a share of IFITT membership fees. Chapters can raise revenue if they wish to through local events and sponsorship. Sometimes the IFITT Board will be in a position of offer limited financial assistance to cover start-up costs and in the past short term agreements can allow revenue to be shared with chapters if new members join IFITT as a result of a local membership drive. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 9
    • Range of activities for chapters • Organise events or collaborate with other relevant events. Produce newsletters and material relevant to the local chapter. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 10
    • Key benefits • One of the key IFITT membership benefits is the access to international peers and the opportunity to observe and hear commentary on new research and global best practice in IT in travel and tourism. At the chapter level membership benefits are more about facilitating local engagement between industry, government and academia, particularly in geographic areas that are far from our European base. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 11
    • Best practice • In Australasia, the key to the modest success of the chapter has been the commitment of 3 or 4 individuals with representation from government, industry and academia. Typically they run business networking sessions (for example breakfasts with a speaker and possibly a sponsor if appropriate)and work with local Tourism conferences for example, advising on program themes and speakers and getting some IFITT recognition in return. To be successful a chapter needs at least 3 leaders prepared to make the chapter work and its help to have a clear idea of the activities that the local chapter will undertake. Be aware that this a commitment will involve on going work and active promotion of the chapter. Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 12
    • Electing the board • President • Vice-president • General Secretary • Accountant • Board members Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 13
    • Signing chapter agreement Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 14
    • Setting the objectives Esityksen nimi / Tekijä 24.11.2013 15
    • www.uef.fi/mot Kiitos mielenkiinnosta! Juho.pesonen@uef.fi www.uef.fi/mot/ www.matkailututkimus.fi www.facebook.com/uef.mot