GoFit Erasmus project: a transdisciplinary approach for exercise, health and tourism

Baralou, Evangelia; Daskalaki, Katerina; Georgiadis, Emmanouil; Katsoni, Vicky; Malliou, Panagiota and Panagiotou, George (2020). GoFit Erasmus project: a transdisciplinary approach for exercise, health and tourism. In: Cultural and tourism innovation in the digital era: Sixth International IACuDiT Conference, Athens 2019 (Katsoni, Vicky and Spyriadis, Thanasis eds.), Springer proceedings in business and economics, Springer, Cham, pp. 281–289.

DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-36342-0_23


GoFit (Go Functional Improvement and Tourism) program was conceived as an educational tool for experts in sport and exercise science. Its goal is to teach experts important skills to support tourists on the development of healthy habits when they are less busy and more open to suggestions over adapting new healthier habits. The GO Functional Improvement & Tourism (GO FIT) project addresses the gap in learning programs between HEI’s exercise and health experts with both educational and clinical expertise in collaboration with tourism manager’s specialists. The authors discuss the way the GO FIT project is conceived and designed so as to develop a new learning program, by using Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) through the development of a web platform and a multimedia application. This transdisciplinary approach for exercise, health and tourism experts aims to achieve relevant and high quality skills and competences in designing the appropriate program for tourists and helping them to adopt a new healthy lifestyle.

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