"The World is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page."~~St. Augustine
Bill Bramwella; Zayd Mintyb; Tom Baum; Leonie Lockstoned; Betsy A. Pudliner; Jonathan Longf; Karen Schwartz (2009) ‘Book reviews’, Journal of Policy Research in Tourism, Leisure and events, 1:1, 95-104
Pudliner, Betsy. A. Alternative Literature and Tourist Experience: Travel and Tourist Weblogs. Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change; April, Vol. 5.1, 2007
Pudliner, B. A. (2006). (Doctoral Thesis) Analysis of Technology Facilitated Relationship Building in the Context of the Scottish Tourism Industry. University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, Scotland (Read an excerpt)
Pudliner, B. A., & Kline, S. (2006). Tourist Weblogs: Understanding experience through the art of journaling. Paper presented at the International Hospitality and Tourism Virtual Conference. Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
Pudliner, B. A. (2000). Master’s Thesis: An Exploratory Analysis of US Tourists’ Level of Interest in Sixteen Cultural Attributes on Three Caribbean Islands. The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA.
DeMicco, F., & Pudliner, B. A. (1996-1998). HR&IM--International Cuisine at the Hotel School Les Roches and Hotel Institute Montreux, Switzerland. Taught Course by Dr. Frederick DeMicco Reading Packet Development and Compiled by Betsy Pudliner and Fred DeMicco. University Park, PA: The Pennsylvania State University, School of Hotel, Restaurant and Recreation Management (now School of Hospitality Management).
“Burns Cottage, Alloway (p. 10) and Graves of Robert Burn’s Parents (p. 27) in [the] Life and Works of Robert Burns (an Appletree Pocket Guide); J.D. Sutherland (2008); Appletree Press, Ltd.; Belfast.
2007-2011: Lincoln-Sargent Farm Foundation. “Honoring Lincoln’s Heritage; honoring rural heritage” brochure; Marketing Brochure, All photographs. Credit: Betsy A. Pudliner/Lost in Scotland (Flickr) 2007
2007-2011 Schmap Glasgow, Third Edition Photo Inclusion (http://www.schmap.com/guides/glasgow) Photo: The Babbity Bowster and The Counting House Credited to: Lost in Scotland (Betsy A. Pudliner) Babbity Bowster: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bap824/348339207/ The Counting House: http://www.flickr.com/photos/bap824/169131937/
2007-2011 Schmap Edinburgh Guide, Third Edition Photo Inclusion (http://www.schmap.com/guides/edinburgh) Photo: The Witchery, Edinburgh Scotland Credited to: Lost in Scotland (Betsy A. Pudliner) http://static.flickr.com/13/90688405_ab480a76e3_b.jpg
October, 2006-2011 Schmap Edinburgh Guide, Second Edition Photo Inclusion (http://www.schmap.com/guides/edinburgh) Photo: The Witchery, Edinburgh Scotland Credited to: Lost in Scotland (Betsy A. Pudliner) http://static.flickr.com/13/90688405_ab480a76e3_b.jpg
September, 2006 Antithesis Publication of The Simon Fraser Public Interest Research Group (SFPIRG) is a student funded and directed resource centre at Simon Fraser University (http://www.sfpirg.ca); no membership or affiliation Photo: Leaning tower of Moleskine Credited to: Lost in Scotland (Betsy A. Pudliner) http://static.flickr.com/77/189551994_72c90d1c34_o.jpg
November, 2012: Eastern Illinois Universit, The Tourism Journey and the Search for the Authentic at the A Futuristic Look Through Ancient Lenses: A Symposium on Ancient Greece.
August, 2012: International CHRIE; Providence, RI Leadership Academy: Budgeting (Ghiselli, Pudliner) Assessment (Pandit, Pudliner) Curriculum Development (Deale, Pudliner)
May, 2012: DePaul University; Chicago, IL Use of Technology and Social Media in the Classroom I-CHRIE Central Federation Education Symposium
October, 2011: Eastern Illinois University A Futuristic Look Through Ancient Lenses: A Symposium on Ancient Egypt Tourism, Textiles, Finance & Food: Ancient Egypt Then and Now (Tourism Presentation)
July, 2011: International CHRIE; Denver, CO Leaderships Academy: Project Management (Pudliner, Pandit) Technology in the Classroom Developing a Professional Web Presence: E-portfolios (K. Godfrey, B. Pudliner, S. Sydnor-Bousso)
February, 2010: Western Federation CRHIE 2010 Winter Regional Conference; Denver, CO Paper Presentation: 3-D (Three dimensional) Concept mapping in developing integrative learning
September, 2009: Eastern Illinois University, Charleston, IL Booth Library’s support and exhibition of the National Library of Medicine’s Harry Potter’s world: Renaissance Science, Magic, and Medicine. Workshop: The Awakening of a Renaissance Spirit: Finding Harry Potter.
February, 2009: Western Federation CRHIE 2009 Winter Regional Conference; Denver, CO Paper Presentation: Extending the Classroom: The Application and Use of WWW2 Technologies to Enhance Learning
May, 2008: 3rd International Conference on Services Management, University Park, PA Paper Presentation: Service Quality, Relationship Building and Innovative Technologies in the Scottish Tourism Industry
May, 2006: International Hospitality and Tourism Virtual Conference; Purdue University Paper Presentation: Tourist Weblogs: Understanding experience through the art of journaling
Excerpt: Weblogs offer the Internet surfer the opportunity to immerse themselves in the writer's experience. Presentation at the IHTVC Conference 2006 This presentation builds upon the paper, Alternative Literature and Tourist Experience (Number 2 above), that is being published by the Journal of Tourism and Cultural Change. It proposes subsequent research. Click on the picture below to view the presentation
July, 2004: International Conference: Tourism & Literature Travel, Imagination & Myth. Centre for Tourism & Culture Change; Sheffield Hallam University; Harrogate, United Kingdom Paper Presentation: Alternative Literature and Tourist Experience: Travel and Tourist Weblogs.
June, 2004: International Scientific Conference: Tourism State of the Art II; Scottish Hotel School, University of Strathclyde; Glasgow, Scotland Poster Presentation: Inter-cooperation among Small Tourism Enterprises and Specialized Tourism Based Technology Support Companies in the New Millennium: Case Study of Scotland’s Micro Destination Promotion Arena
1999: International Institute of Peace through Tourism; 3rd Annual Global Conference; Glasgow, Scotland Paper Presentation: The Evolving Role of Distance Education in Building Peaceful Relationships in the Tourism Industry