Move over Fawlty Towers

February 4, 2000

Strathclyde University is combating Basil Fawlty tendencies in the hospitality business with an innovative CD-Rom education programme from its Scottish Hotel School, part of the business school.

A leading publisher is considering commercially adapting its interactive Hotel & Hospitality Management, which allows students to take part in video role plays of good and bad restaurant practices.

The CD-Rom covers not only marketing and public relations, but also familiarises students with wine-producing,

cooking and carving. It was developed by the school and AV media services, with support from Apple Computers UK Ltd.

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