Filters: Author is Schmallegger, D [Clear All Filters]
VRUM™: A tool for modelling travel patterns of self-drive tourists. Information and Communication Technologies in Tourism 2009. 237-249.(2009).
Visualising Relatively Unpredictable Movement (VRUM): the Tourism Flows Modelling Project. DKCRC Research Report. 60,(2011).
Reaching the independent traveller: product distribution issues for Aboriginal tourism enterprises in remote Australia. ( , Ed.).3rd International Conference on Tourism . 13-30.(2007).
The power of loose ties: Networking for market diversification in remote Australia. ( , Ed.).Marketing Innovations for Sustainable Destinations. . 286-298.(2009).
Managing the Transition from Coach to Car Based Markets: the search for commercial value in Australia’s Flinders Ranges. ( , Ed.).Drive Tourism: Trends and Emerging Markets. 14-35.(2011).
Limitations of current models of tourist information search: the case of 4WD travellers in Central Australia. Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference 2008: Where the bloody hell are we?.(2008).
iVisit™: An Information Exchange Tool for Self-drive Tourists in Remote Australia. The International Federation for IT and Travel & Tourism (IFITT), ENTER 2009.(2009).
iVisit: An Information Exchange Tool for Self-drive Tourists in Remote Australia. ( , Ed.).'See Change: Tourism and Hospitality in a Dynamic World': Proceedings of the 18th CAUTHE Tourism and Hospitality, Education and Research Conference. 20.(2009).
Information search and trip planning behaviour of international and domestic four wheel drive travellers in central Australia. ( , Ed.).Proceedings of CAUTHE (Council of Australian Tourism and Hospitality Education) Annual Conference.(2008).
Harnessing Innovation to Foster Self-Drive Tourism in Remote Australia. Desert Knowledge Symposium 2008 - Developing Desert Directions: Rethinking the Future.(2008).
Destination image projection on consumer generated content websites: A case study of the Flinders Ranges. Journal of Information Technology and Tourism. 11, 111-127.(2009).