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鹏城学者
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Education
B.E.S.   The University of Minnesota; specialization in ecology and plant geography, 1975.
M.S. Southern Illinois University  Carbondale; degree in geography; thesis title: Aspects of Urbanism in Relation to DayHiking Participation, 1977.
Ph.D. The University of Western Ontario; degree in geography; thesis title: Scale and Aggregation Problems in Geographic Research, 1980.
Professional Experience
1980 1983 Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, University of Oklahoma
1983 1988 Assistant Professor, Department of Recreation and Parks, Texas A&M University
1988 -1991 Associate Professor, Department of Recreation and Park Administration, Indiana University
1988 1990 CoDirector, Leisure Research Institute, Indiana University
1990 1991 Director, Leisure Research Institute, Indiana University
1989 1996 Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Geography, Southern Illinois UniversityCarbondale
1992 -1999 Associate Professor, Department of Leisure Studies, University of Illinois
1994 -1996 Research Professor, Cummings Center for Advertising Studies, Department of Advertising, University of Illinois
1994 -1996 Research Associate, Laboratory for Community and Economic Development, University of Illinois
1995 – 1999 Director, Tourism Research Laboratory, Department of Leisure Studies, University of Illinois 
1994 – 1999 Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Advertising, University of Illinois
1992 – 1999 Adjunct Associate Professor, Department of Geography, University of Illinois
1999 – 2001 Adjunct Professor, Department of Forestry and Natural Resources, Purdue University
1999 – 2003 Professor, Department of Leisure Studies, University of Illinois
1992 – 2003 Extension Tourism Specialist, Illinois Cooperative Extension Service, University of Illinois
2000 Visiting Professor, Institute for Tourism and Leisure Studies, Vienna
University of Economics and Business Administration, Austria
2001 Visiting Professor, Institute of Tourism and Service Economics, University of Innsbruck, Austria
1999 – 2003 Director, National Laboratory for Tourism and eCommerce, Department of Leisure Studies, University of Illinois
1999 – 2003 Adjunct Professor, Department of Advertising, University of Illinois
1999 - 2003 Adjunct Professor, Department of Geography, University of Illinois 
2004 – present Professor, School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Temple University
2004 - present Director, National Laboratory for Tourism & eCommerce, School of Tourism and Hospitality
Management, Temple University
2006 – present Director, Program of Tourism and Hospitality Management, School of Tourism and Hospitality Management, Temple University
2006 – present Professor, Department of Management Information Systems, Fox School of Business, Temple University
2007 – 2009 Associate Editor, Journal of Information Technology and Tourism
2009 – present Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Information Technology and Tourism
2007 – present Visiting Professor, MODUL University, Vienna, Austria
2009 – present Fellow, International Academy for the Study of Tourism
2010  Visiting Fellow, Inst. for Innovation in Business and Social Research (IIBSoR), University of Wollongong, Australia

Summary of Achievements
Wang, Y., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2006). Identifying the success factors of web-based marketing strategy: An investigation of convention and visitors bureaus in the united states. Journal of Travel Research, 44, 239-249.
Xiang, Z. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2006).  Assessing the initial step in the persuasion process:  Meta tags on destination marketing websites, Journal of Information Technology and Tourism, 8(2), pp. 91 - 104.
Pan, B. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2006).  Exploring the structure of travel planning on the Internet, Annals of Tourism Research, 33(3), pp. 809 – 832. 
Hwang, Y. H., Gretzel, U. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2006). Multi-city trip patterns of international travelers to the U.S.:  An analysis of trip structures. Annals of Tourism Research, 33(4), pp. 1057 – 1078.
Fesenmaier, D. R., K. W. Wöber and H., Werthner (2006). Travel Destination Recommendation Systems:  Behavioral Foundations and Applications, CAB International, London.  
Gretzel, U., Fesenmaier, D. R., Formica, S. and J. T. O’Leary (2006). Searching for the future:  Challenges facing destination marketing organizations, Journal of Travel Research, 45(2), pp. 116 - 126.
Wang, Y. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2006).  Collaborative destination marketing:  A case study of Elkhart County, Indiana, Tourism Management, 28(3), pp. 863 – 875.
Gretzel, U. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2006).  Persuasion in recommender systems, International Journal of eCommerce, 11(2), pp. 81 – 100.
Xiang, Z., Kim, S., Hu, C., and D. R. Fesenmaier (2007). Language representation of restaurants:  Implications for developing online recommendation systems, International Journal of Hospitality Management, 26, pp. 1005 - 1018.
Kothari, T., Xiang, Z. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2007).  The impact of a marketing information system:  A case study of Smart–Baltimore, Journal of Information Technology and Tourism, 10(1), 59 - 74.
Xiang, Z., Wöber, K., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2008). Representation of the online tourism domain in search engines. Journal of Travel Research, 47(2), 137-150.
Kim, H. and D. R. Fesenmaier (2008).  Persuasive design of destination websites: An analysis of first impressions, Journal of Travel Research, 47 (1), 3 – 13.
Tussyadiah, I., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2009). Mediating tourist experiences: Access to places via shared videos. Annals of Tourism Research, 36(1), 24-40.
Xiang, Z., Wöber, K., & Fesenmaier, D. R. (2008). Representation of the online tourism domain in search engines. Journal of Travel Research, 47(2), 137-150.
Fesenmaier, D. R., Xiang, Z., Pan, B., & Law, R. (2010). An analysis of search engine use for travel planning. Journal of Travel Research, forthcoming.