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New Book Helps Hoteliers Make Sense of the Internet
ORLANDO-Using computer technology can make running your property easier, but it brings with it a whole new set of questions.
Untangling the Web, published by the Educational Institute of AH&MA. , has the answers to these questions and more. Author Michael L. Kasavana, Ph.D., CHTP, has written the first hospitality-specific guide to the Internet. He explains the intricacies of the Internet and how you can make this technology work for your property. The book covers:
The book includes extensive listings of URLS (Web site addresses) for hotels, restaurants, food service suppliers, casinos, resorts, hospitality organizations, vendors and suppliers, and travel information. Untangling the Web is available from the Educational Institute for $25.00/AH&MA members, and $30.00/non-members. For information, or to order, call 1-800-752-4567.
Established in 1952 as a nonprofit educational foundation of the AH&MA, the Educational Institute is the world's largest hospitality communication resource center, providing quality training and educational materials for the hospitality industry.
Dana C. Kelley