PERSONAL SWOT ANALYSIS
Able to work well with any and all people
Very task oriented
Good with communication
Taking constructive criticism
Knowing how to get a task done the right way
TIM Internship 1
Myers Briggs Type Indicator
The personality type I got was ENFJ, Extraverted iNtuitive Feeling Judging. I am
considered benevolent pedagogues of humanity. The description goes to state th
School of Travel Industry Management
University of Hawaii at Mnoa
TIM 350 - INTRODUCTION TO TOURISM TRANSPORTATION
Class Time: Wed & Fri 9:00-10:15 AM.
Classroom: ARCH 101A
Instructor: Dr. Torsha Bhattacharya
Office: George Hall 219
TIM 350/Spring 2017
Site Visit Checklist
Feb 10 and April 7, 2017
The goal of this assignment is to heighten awareness of the transportation and tourism relationship (the
positives and negatives), utilizing two site visits in and aroun
XML stands for
extensible, markup, language
A GUI is a
graphical, user, interface
An API is an
application progra* interface
What is a PNR?
passenger name record
What does CRS stand for? What does GDS stand for?
What is the difference between a C
A strategic approach to social media might involve which of the following?
A. Engaging in coversations.
B. Establishing a governance framework.
C. Prioritizing social media objectives.
D. Letting social media happen naturally.
E. Turning it over to o
Which of these is not part of the segmentation of travelers
E. Opportunity Seekers
Ongoing attempts are being made to refine the TAM and UTAUT models to
recognize which of the followi
Which of the following is NOT one of the most common lodging IT
A. Social media management system
B. Front-office applications
C. Restaurant and banquet management systems
D. Guest-related interface applications
E. Back-office applications
Which of these is not a strategy employed by DMOs to respond to the social
A. Memetic strategy
B. Hedonic strategy
C. Advertising strategy
D. Proactive strategy
E. Analytic Strategy
Which is not a feature of "knowledge-based destinati
A network which allows a supplier to share data with industry partners in its
supply chain would be an:
Which is the most efficient protocol for sending a large spreadsheet or
Electronic Road Pricing
A. regulates speed limits.
B. allows drivers to pay less at off-peak times.
C. are easy for tourists to use.
D. collects tolls automatically.
E. requires drivers to pay more at peak times.
Which of the following is NOT provid
Computer models which analyze gate patterns to use resources most
efficiently are an example of?
The Fare Quote System includes rules for all of the following except:
A. minimum length of stay
B. ticketing deadlin
Which of these is NOT a challenge in using IT for interpretation.
A. Many technologies are not cross platform compatible.
B. Noise or visual pollution caused by technology users.
C. Some visitors will not understand how to use the technology.
D. Use of te
Briefly explain the TILES model in your own words. We have identified that
mobile devices can use a range of contextual data to customize and
personalize travel experiences. But frameworks like the TILES model require
access to a lot of data, some of whic
1. Which of the following would be an example of sickness due to the patient?
1. Heart disease from eating fatty foods
2. Getting struck by lightning
3. Sickness from a virus
4. All of the above
b. Wind or bad air as a way of causing sickness is of partic
When a smaller group, a minority group, moves into a larger, dominant culture, the process in which
the minority group fully assumes the manners and values of the majority is called
2. Food choices in all societies are driven by an inborn preference for what food flavors?
Sugar and fat
Salt and protein
Bitter and sweet
Savory and sour
2. The transition of a society from producers of indigenous foods to consumers of mass-p
1. When sickness is assumed to be due to the actions of the patient, reasons for illness might
1. Bad weather, allergens, and pollution
2. Viruses, bacteria, and parasites
3. Food and exercise choices
4. Interpersonal disharmony
In relation to health, what type of attributes are most commonly associated with well-being?
Physical (i.e., skin, hair sheen, weight)
Clinical features such as sore throat
Routine laboratory measures
1. Children learn food preferences from valued or trusted others. Who has the least long-lasting
3. Older siblings
b. Which of the following is an important consideration when defining a meal?
1. The yin and yang system of dietary planning is dominant in what cultural group?
b. Traditional views of health and illness often encompass a mind-body duality.
b. What act defines dietary s
The most universal of food taboos is:
a. Eating insects
c. Eating dog meat
d. Eating eggs
Cultural membership or social identity is defined by
-1. Biculturation can be defined as a mino
3. The assumption that cultures progress from under-developed to developed through structural and
food culture changes is termed the _.
a. Social dynamic of modernization
b. Developmental perspective of food culture
c. Consumer food choice model
d. None o
6. Flavor principles are the preparation and seasoning of foods to match the identifying spices and ingredients
of a culture.
7. Food categorizations that are widely recognized include all of the following except: