Featured Library Resources for School of Hotel and Tourism Management
Hospitality & Tourism Complete
This collection contains more than 1.18 million records, with coverage dating back to 1938, with full text for over 520 publications, including periodicals, company & country reports, and books.
Major coverage includes demographics and statistics, development and investment, food and beverage management, hospitality law, hotel management and administrative practices, leisure and business travel, market trends, technology and more.
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[TX911.3.M27 P738 DVD]
This DVD program features the latest, updated techniques and strategies for handling guestroom inspections and repairs in hotels. Viewers will learn about common inspection items, including doors and locks, sprinklers, Internet connections, HVAC units, drapes and windows, bathroom fixtures, and mini-bars. The program also covers an overview of several basic repairs, including shower heads, ceilings, faucet leaks and drips, caulk and grout replacement, damaged carpet, and damaged wallpaper or drywall.
[TX911.3.V62 C84 DVD]
This program introduces a cake shop where the owner shares with why she loves creating designer cakes for her customers. The program also shows the Rosen College of Hospitality and that the career future is bright for those interested in serving travelers in hospitality and tourism. For those interested in event planning, the program introduces an event specialist who spends her time planning her company's big corporate affairs.
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