- Maher, P.T. (2017). Tourism Futures in the Arctic. In K. Latola & H. Savela (Eds.). The Interconnected Arctic. (pp. 213-220). Amsterdam: Springer.
- Rowsell, B*., & Maher, P.T. (2017). Uniqueness as a Draw for Riding Under the Midnight Sun. In K. Latola & H. Savela (Eds.). The Interconnected Arctic. (pp. 221-229). Amsterdam: Springer.
* Former MA Tourism student whom I supervised at the University of Northern British Columbia. Now an instructor at Capilano University.
This book is Open Access, under a CC BY 4.0 license.
A flyer can be found here.
A great cartoon about the tensions within academia. Passed on by a colleague.
Nice story about the dispersal of tourists in the Arctic. Link here.
Met Daniel Cape of EPIC Smiles https://epicsmiles.org/ at a recent AEE conference in Minneapolis. Awesome work!
Hearing inspirational keynotes and having some stimulating discussions. As I presented, regarding COMS placement courses, so much can be done to combine experiential learning and online learning.
Lost to the wilds of vacation (trying to turn myself off of internet), plus teaching a field course in Northern Norway, a conference in Iceland and now on my way to the UArctic Congress in St. Petersburg, Russia.
Very busy with all the last details, but in just under one week I will welcome friends and colleagues from across the globe to CBU.
July 4-8, 2016