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PASOS Revista de Turismo y Patrimonio Cultural
In many higher education curricula, pre-structured laboratory exercises in courses in tourism geography are an important part of the training of future tourism operators. This paper explores how the collaboration between university and association can enhance practical competences and skills, while bringing innovative approaches to the teaching and learning of the Geography of Tourism. The aim is to empower students in geographical thinking and doing so by building on their latent skills anddoi:10.25145/j.pasos.2005.03.002 fatcat:jvrjzvc7svfgbnssi533gyxow4