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Tourism, Conventions and Event Management   Tags: conventions, event management, hospitality, meeting planning, tourism  

This guide is designed to assist student and faculty research in the Department of Tourism, Conventions, and Event Management (TCEM), including certificate programs.
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. . . citing your sources?
A print copy of the APA Publication Manual, 6th ed. is shelved in REFERENCE under call number BF76.7. P83 2010.  See examples of citations.

. . . with writing? 
Make an appointment with the University Writing Center or check out their online handouts.


    Featured Statistical Resources

    World Tourism Organization Global Report on City Tourism (2012) [pdf]

    Demographic and Statistical Information

    • Hoosiers by the Numbers is a fairly user-friendly statistics database administered by the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and features information for employers, job seekers, and economic developers. It offers many options for focusing on specific areas, cities, and industries.
    • SAVI Interactive is a one-stop source for data and information for Central Indiana communities and organizations. It provides local data about the social, economic, and physical conditions of neighborhoods, townships, and counties, and other geographic areas such as school districts. SAVI summarizes these data into community profiles and allows users to view and analyze detailed data in interactive maps, charts, and tables.
    • STATS Indiana is the information utility for the State of Indiana and receives major support from the State through the Indiana Department of Workforce Development and from the Lilly Endowment, Inc. It is a service of the Indiana Business Research Center at Indiana University's Kelley School of Business.

      Featured Video Resource

      • Kanopy Video Streaming Service  
        This resource provides access to thousands of videos from major educational film producers and distributors in a wide variety of subject areas, including: business, education, communication, film studies, engineering, foreign languages, humanities, gender studies, sociology, psychology, health sciences, the arts and more. Also included are PBS films from American Experience, Frontline, and NOVA.


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