Role of digitalization in the strengthening of capacities of students in tourism institutions: case of encg Agadir (University of Ibn Zohr) and ofppt of tata, Morocco
Nowadays, higher education institutions are making considerable efforts to adapt the content of didactic programs to a new method of teaching using digital and technological devices.
Digitalization is transforming the world of education. In fact, to get close to these “born-online” students, teachers are moving from classical methods of teaching to hi-tech ones using information and communication technologies. This enables them to both enhance the level of learning in classes and also involve students in the teaching process.
The brand new “Professional Degree” in Management of Tourism that just started in the academic year 2017/2018 in both ENCG Agadir - Morocco (National School for Business and management) - University of Ibn Zohr and OFPPT (office for professional training) of Tata campus, has developed a new method of teaching based on both digital devices and Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs).
We will seek through this work to show how the use of technologies can develop capacities of students of this Professional Licence in the two institutions: Agadir and Tata. A brief comparison can be also done between the two campuses in terms of: courses, methods of teaching; ability of students to work in this area of digitalization can be also shown in this work.
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