Technology: ENTER2020 Special Issue of eRTR
Keywords:ENTER2020 research notes, late-breaking results, robots, artificial intelligence, VR and Immersive environments, personalization, mobile apps, travel futures, recommender systems
ENTER2020 – the 27th annual international eTourism Conference – featured cutting-edge research and industry case studies on the application of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in travel and tourism. Organized by the International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT), ENTER2020 was held at the University of Surrey in Guildford, UK, from January 8 to 10th, 2020. This year’s conference theme, “Responsible eTourism” focused on exploring the ways technology can be used to ensure a positive impact of tourism on society, environment, and economy. This special issue includes nine research notes, three late breaking results papers and one demo paper organized around the theme of Technology.
How to Cite
e-Review of Tourism Research (eRTR) is an international electronic bulletin for tourism research (ISSN:1941-5842). It comprises current tourism research articles, commentaries and reviews by industry professionals. The materials are provided for the personal noncommercial use of registered users of the eRTR, free to individuals and institutions. Copies of articles may be distributed for research or educational purpose, free of charge and without permission. However, commercial use of the eRTR or the articles contained herein is expressly prohibited without the written consent of the publisher.
In consideration for publication of your work, if published on behalf of the eRTR, the author agrees to transfer the work to the eRTR, Department of Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences, Texas A&M University, USA, including full and exclusive rights to publication in all media now known or later developed, including but not limited to electronic databases.
The authors represents and warrants:
- That the manuscript submitted is his/her own work;
- That the work submitted to the eRTR has not been previously published.