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STEAM Display Path for Tourism Management in Era of Industry 4.0

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  • @ARTICLE{10.4108/eetsis.3942,
        author={Yi Zhao},
        title={STEAM Display Path for Tourism Management in Era of Industry 4.0},
        journal={EAI Endorsed Transactions on Scalable Information Systems},
        volume={10},
        number={6},
        publisher={EAI},
        journal_a={SIS},
        year={2023},
        month={9},
        keywords={STEAM, tourism management, industry 4.0, display path, evaluation system},
        doi={10.4108/eetsis.3942}
    }
    
  • Yi Zhao
    Year: 2023
    STEAM Display Path for Tourism Management in Era of Industry 4.0
    SIS
    EAI
    DOI: 10.4108/eetsis.3942
Yi Zhao1,*
  • 1: Zhengzhou Railway Vocational & Technical College
*Contact email: zhaoyihello@163.com

Abstract

INTRODUCTION: Tourism management is a critical factor in developing quality human resources. Establishing a scientific and practical system to assess the quality of tourism management and identify and improve problems in tourism management is essential to ensure the quality of tourism management and realize human development goals. OBJECTIVES: In order to solve the current problems of China's tourism management, such as weak teachers, STEAM being too "soft," and leadership being too "hard," the concept of STEAM distance learning, literature analysis and other research methods are proposed, and the quality assessment system of tourism management for the bachelor's degree in tourism management is researched in the standard documents of education and management and related literature. METHODS: Established through interviews with qualified experts, tourism teachers, tourism professionals and others. Factor analysis was used to adjust the system of indicators for tourism students and define an evaluation system consisting of level 1 and corresponding level 2 indicators to determine the weights of the indicators. RESULTS: The results show that students are satisfied with "average" internships. The lowest level of satisfaction was with the "evaluation of the training process," but this indicator was the highest. Further analysis of the results suggests insufficient investment in professional practice in tourism management. CONCLUSION: This paper argues that the empirical research and analysis of the current tourism management students can be used to understand the accurate evaluation of tourism management activities based on the solution of the existing problems to improve students' innovative and practical abilities.