Academic Tracks and Style Guides
New Submission Deadline
Papers (ONLY Covid-19 track!), Posters, and Lecturer’s Lounge
June 1, 2020, 23:59 (GMT+1)
We are overwhelmed by the large number of papers, posters and lecturer’s lounge submitted before the deadline here in April. We hope to see and welcome all of you in Aalborg in October.
Due to the ongoing situation regarding Covid-19 we have rearranged the programme for paper presentations and added an additional special track regarding Covid-19 which offers you the opportunity to hand-in papers regarding (only) the special track “Covid-19” – deadline June 1, 2020 (GMT+1).
In addition, we have decided to extend the deadline for posters and lecturer's lounge in order to support research within online teaching and new didactics in Covid-19 times - deadline June 1, 2020 (GMT +1).
EuroCHRIE2020 looks forward to receiving and reviewing your submissions and welcome you in Aalborg October 5-8 2020.
Beneath you will find information on submission (important dates, hand-in process, peer-review process, style guides and much more). Remember you can choose to hand-in a paper, poster and/or educational paper (Lecturer's Lounge). We are looking forward to receiving your submission for EuroCHRIE2020.
PAPER AND POSTER TRACKS
The EuroCHRIE2020 Poster session will be a highlighted joint session! Posters are the future research papers and publications. Therefore posters presentations will be a highly valued at this year’s conference! You have the opportunity to present your research ideas/initial research to fellow colleagues from all over the globe. You will get useful constructive feedback on your and work and maybe find your future research partner among the other EuroCHRIE2020 delegates.
The paper and poster sessions at EuroCHRIE2020 will provide with valuable feedback from tourism and hospitality researchers from all over the world. During the concurrent paper sessions we will make sure that you have time to present and discuss your research. At any given time there will be people present to help you with all practical aspects of your presentation. Posters will be highlighted in a joint session during the conference to emphasize the importance of future of hospitality and tourism research.
Accepted papers will not be published automatically, however, we kindly suggest one of the following:
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Research (JHTR)
Journal of Hospitality & Tourism Education (JHTE)
Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Cases (JHTC)
For more information, please see https://eurochrie.org/publications/
• Managing organisations
• Managing organisational change
• Business modelling
• Corporate social values and responsibility
• Hospitality business
• Context blurring concepts
• Developing outskirts areas
• Vertical channel integration or diversification
• Game changers
• Cultural differences
• Sustainability and CSR
• Bottom-up developmental approaches
• Global citizenship
TEACHING, LEARNING AND ASSESSMENT IN EDUCATION
• Innovative didactics
• Design-driven education
• New teaching contexts and methods
• Blended learning
• Impact of Covid-19 on the hospitality and tourism industry
• New initiatives
• Service delivery different contexts
• Managing diverse workforces
• Cross-cultural differences
• New approaches to service delivery
• Bridging gaps between departments
• Diversity in teams
• Multicultural teams
The EuroCHRIE2020 Lecturer’s Lounge is where fellow educators on all levels will meet and share their experiences and ideas on new approaches to teaching and learning. Under two main themes (UN Developmental Goals in Teaching/Learning and Innovative Didactics in Teaching/Learning) you have the opportunity to share and discuss your practical teaching methods. Furthermore you will get inspiration to, how you can develop your own skillset and courses in a new way.
All teaching active delegates are encouraged to participate with a 500-word paper, where you pitch an idea for new innovative ways of teaching, you can e.g. describe, define and discuss your personal approach (and/or your institution’s approach) to teaching and learning. The intention of the Lecturer’s Lounge is to discuss, reflect and learn new perspectives on teaching and learning in hospitality/tourism education. Furthermore, we encourage teaching staff to network across institutions.
Examples of sub-themes in relation to the two overall themes:
Teaching practices (incl. specific cases)
Involvement of industry stakeholders in courses
Link between research and teaching
Promotion of teaching methods to students
Student lead teaching and learning
OR something you find relevant and interesting in relation to the two overall topics.
Read more in the style guide below.