Høgskolen i Innlandet
Høgskolen i Lillehammer er fra Høgskolen i Innlandet

HiL > 2009/10 Studiehåndbok > OPA1001/1 The experience economy – introduction

The experience economy – introduction
Back Tilbake
English (United Kingdom)English
Kode
OPA1001/1
Studiepoeng
15
Semester
Høst
Lengde
1 semester
Heltid/deltid
Heltid
Antall studenter
60
Emneansvarlig
Christian Krogh
Karaktersystem
Karakter A-F
Språk
Engelsk
Pensum
Studenttorget
studenttorg@hil.no
Telefon: 612 88000
Emnebeskrivelse

Course description

What is the experience economy? This is the main question of the course which focuses on the development and main characteristics of the experience economy. The course is divided in four parts:

  • Globalisation and individualisation. This part focuses on the driving forces of the experience economy. What are the underlying changes that make experience so important in (post) modern societies? This question will be analysed from a historical, economic and social point of view.
  • The experience/creative/cultural economy. The aim of this part is to investigate the theoretical basis as well as the concepts of experience/creative/cultural economy. How are modern economies changing and how can we describe these changes?
  • The experience/creative/cultural industries. These industries are regarded as the core of the experience/creative/cultural economy. The main focus of this part is the characteristics and organisation of these industries.
  • Financing creativity. This part is organised around two main questions. How to find investors? How to make money from ideas?

The course will be coordinated with the course Introduskjon til opplevelsesproduksjon.

Læringsmål

Learning outcomes

The course will have the following learning outcomes:

  • Basic knowledge of why experiences are increasingly important to producers and consumers of modern societies
  • Basic knowledge of concepts and theories relevant for analysing the experience economy
  • Ability to analyse and evaluate text and draw independent conclusions
  • Ability to impart the knowledge both in writing and orally
  • Ability to work both independently and in groups
Undervisnings- og læringsmetode

Teaching methods

The course is based on a combination of lectures and seminars. The approach of the seminars is problem based and presupposes that the students participate actively.

Emne er obligatorisk for

Bachelor i Opplevelses- og attraksjonsutvikling

Emne er valgbart for
Bachelor i reiseliv, Bachelor i økononomi og administrasjon, Bachelor i kulturprosjektledelse, Bachelor i Organisasjon og ledelse. Valgbart for internasjonale studenter
Arbeidskrav

Obligatory work

The students are divided in different groups, and each group must give a power-point presentation.

Eksamensform

Form of examination

Four hours written, individual exam.

Back Tilbake   Back Til toppen
20©09 Høgskolen i Lillehammer, Postboks 952, 2604 Lillehammer | Fakturaadresse | Telefon: 61 28 80 00 | E-post: post@hil.no |L