SoleOPS 3.13.0, ©2005-2018Solenovo Oy

Opintojakson toteutussuunnitelma

GroupR801D13S/Degree Programme in Tourism (Rovaniemi)
Study unitR801D21 Experience Design 1, 5.00 ECTS credits, 133 h
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
ImplementationPerustoteutus/15001
Unit
Time of implementationAutumn1/2015-2016, Autumn2/2015-2016
Responsible teacherPaloniemi Petra
Other teachersHäikiö Sisko, Kangasniemi Ulla
Status of implementationFinished

Description status Ready
  
Language of instruction English
Starting and ending dates01.08.2015 - 31.12.2015
Minimum number of participants  
Maximum number of participants  
Enrolment period15.04.2015 - 15.05.2015
Implementation method
Virtuality 2 ECTS credits
R&D integration 4 ECTS credits
Resit dates of the exam
Koulutuksen aikataulu (www-linkki)
Description language English 
Objectives

The student 

  • is familiar with the Arctic operating environment and the cultural elements and is able to utilise them in a sustainable and responsible manner
  • has a command of  total experience management (incl. experience design) as well as tools and methods related to it
  • is able to adopt multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral thinking
  • has understanding of multisensory and meaningful tourism experiences (environments, artifacts, operational models and people) and how to develop them considering global and local elements

 

 
Assessment criteria

Satisfactory skills

The student has basic knowledge of the total experience management and knows partly the main principles of co-creating meaningful tourism experiences in a sustainable way in the Arctic operational environment. The student can partly apply topic related theories into practice and is only partly able to apply multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral thinking in his/her own actions. The student participates in the contact lessons only occasionally and shows basic-level analytical, reflective and critical approach in all his/her activities. All the assignments are mostly performed according to the instructions.

 

Good skills

The student has good knowledge of the total experience management and knows the most principles of co-creating meaningful tourism experiences in a sustainable way in the Arctic operational environment. The student can mostly apply topic related theories into practice and is mostly able to apply multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral thinking in his/her own actions. The student participates in the contact lessons actively and shows analytical, reflective and critical approach in most of his/her activities. All the assignments are mostly performed according to the instructions.

 

Excellent skills

The student has profound knowledge of the total experience management and knows the main principles of co-creating meaningful tourism experiences in a sustainable way in the Arctic operational environment. The student can apply topic related theories into practice and is able to apply multidisciplinary and cross-sectoral thinking in his/her own actions. The student participates in the contact lessons actively and shows analytical, reflective and critical approach in all his/her activities. All the assignments are performed according to the instructions.

 

These are the general assessment criteria. Please note that there might be more specific assessment criteria for learning assignments which will be given at the beginning of the study unit.

 
Pedagogical arrangements

Lectures, practical projects and learning assignments.

The commission will be organizing the Gala dinner. Students will plan, develop and realize the event.

Material

Heldman, K. 2005. Project Management JumpStart. Alameda; Sybex. Book is also in Ebrary: http://site.ebrary.com/lib/ulapland/docDetail.action?docID=10513957

Pine II, B. J. 2006. What do customers really want? Video at TED Conference. Accessed 1.12.2013.

More literature will be announced in the beginning of the study unit.

Content
  • the Arctic operational environment and socio-cultural elements

  • Total Experience Management (TEM) incl. experience design

  • Productizing culture and scripting

  • Meaningful tourism experiences

  • scripting meaningful experiences, drama

    Project management

  • Development part: Taking over the commission; to make real goals, to plan the development work and realize it, and to do documentation for the development project.

    Source literature; Professional, research based and scientific literature targeted to the theme of the development project.

    Project management: Student can work independently with the team.

    Student masters project documentation.

    Source literature: Heldman, K. 2005. Project Management JumpStart. Alameda;

    Sybex.

Assessment