Jakamistalous matkailussa (Shareable tourism)
• Participating MTI staff: Maria Hakkarainen, Salla Jutila, Minni Haanpää, José-Carlos García-Rosell, Sanna Kyyrä
Learning Tourism: Creating Innovative and Permanent Methods and Practices for Multidimensional Education Collaboration - LeTo
• MTI/Lapland University of Applied Sciences wass the lead partner,
University of Lapland and Lapland Tourism College were partners.
Participating staff: Ulla Kangasniemi, Tarja Tammia, Minni Haanpää, Satu Pekkala, Päivi
Kontiokoski. International partners: NHTV Breda University of
Applied Sciences (The Netherlands), University of Applied Science
Kempten (Germany), Chamber of Commerce Schwaben (Germany) and Allgäu
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Hitaan ajattelun matkustavat laboratoriot
• Joint project with The Faculty of Art and Design (University of
Lapland) and MTI. The director of the project was Professor Jaana
Erkkilä. Participating MTI staff: Soile Veijola, Emily Höckert.
Arctic Rescue Guide
• Joint project with Lapland Safaris. Participating MTI staff: Eija Raasakka, Heidi Kaihua, Sisko Häikiö.
Learning through Arctic Indigenous Tourism (preparatory project)
• Joint project with Umeå University, Arctic
University of Norway, Leeds Beckett University, and Lakehead University
(Canada). Participating MTI staff: Monika Lüthje, Emily Höckert,
Outi Kugapi, Cecilia de Bernardi, Daniela Tommasini.
LUC turvallisuuden ennakoivan TKI-ohjelman rakentaminen
• Participating MTI staff: Mirva Tapaninen
COMBAT Human Trafficking
• Participating MTI staff: Niko Niemisalo
MERMAID (Identifying Risks and Opportunities for Marine Transport and Tourism in the Arctic)
• Participating staff: Niko Niemisalo, Pekka Iivari, Sanna Kyyrä
NeTour, the Network for Excellence in Tourism through Organizations and Universities in Russia 2012–2015
• The University of Lapland was leading the project
working group on nature tourism. Participating staff: Maria
Staying Local and Competitive - Understanding Corporate Sustainability in Norhern SMEs
• Participating staff: Markku Vieru. International
partners: University of Akureyri (Iceland) and Harstad University
Assessing the regional economic impact of events
• Participating staff: Mirva Tapaninen, Pasi Satokangas
MTI's multidimensional service activities as a pilot for the Lapland University Consortium's innovation programme
• Participating staff: Sari Peltoniemi, Mirva
Tapaninen, Päivi Kähkönen, Elisa Lahti.
European collaboration to promote well-being tourism and know-how for it
• Participating staff: Mirva Tapaninen, Salla Jutila
The impact of a visa-free North - Viva North
• Participating staff: Pasi Satokangas
What is hospitality in Lapland made of? Generosity
• 1.9.2013 - 31.12.2014
• Participating staff: Jatta Nousiainen, Maria Hakkarainen, Päivi Kähkönen, Mirva Tapaninen
Internationalising Project Development Know-How in Tourism
• Participating staff: José-Carlos García-Rosell, Minni Haanpää, Sanna Kyyrä, Teija Tekoniemi-Selkälä, Petra Paloniemi
Dream Factory – Preincubator of Tourism and Experience Prodcution
• Participating staff: Milla Hirvaskari, Marja Lempiäinen, Anu
New Sleep Order 2011–2013
• Participating staff: Outi Rantala
BART – Public-Private Partnership in Barents Tourism 2007–2013
• Participating staff: Mari Vähäkuopus, Maria Hakkarainen, José-Carlos García-Rosell, Teija Tekoniemi-Selkälä, Petra Paloniemi, Heli Ilola
Tourist Destination Development: Place Making and Work Performances in Arctic Networking Societies 2011–2012
• Participating staff:Outi Rantala
Learning tourism, Phase I 2010–2012
• Learning tourism, Phase I was a project relating to
development of MTI’s own teaching. Participants included a number of
representatives from MTI, the University of Lapland and Rovaniemi UAS.
The project collaborated with the project Tourism Rainbow (a
corresponding project at secondary/vocational level).
Service Quality Communication in the Emergency Department Waiting Rooms of Four New South Wales Hospitals 2010–2012
• Participating staff: Johan Edelheim
Acapella Village – Designing Future Tourist Communities for Transforming Societies 2011–2012
• Professor Soile Veijola directed the project planning
The Significance of Tourism and Recreational Use in the Environment And Business Life of the Rural North 2007–2011
• The project was part of the Finnish Forest Research Institute’s "Well-being from the Forest" research programme, directed by Professor Liisa Tyrväinen. Maria Hakkarainen and Outi Rantala were involved as project researchers.
Integrated Product Development in Tourism 2008–2011
• Participating staff: Minni Haanpää, José-Carlos García-Rosell, Mika Kylänen, Teija Tekoniemi-Selkälä
Tourism as Work 2006–2009
• Professor Soile Veijola worked as a project director. Minni Haanpää, Maria Hakkarainen and Outi
Rantala were members of the project research group.
Tourism Safety and Security projects
• A safety system for tourism in Lapland - training, network and foresight
• A safety system for tourism in Lapland - research and development network
• A safety system for tourism in Lapland - know-how and service structures
The following completed projects have examined the benefits of using information supporting the tourism sector
• Tourism information as a factor in competitiveness in the sector - the popularisation of tourism information
• Integrated product development in tourism 2008–2011
• Foresight for competitiveness in tourism in Lapland
• eLVA - Improving know-how in e-business
• National foresight network and collection of foresight information for tourism
The project outcomes have been integrated into MTI's work