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#VAR at the 2018 FIFA #WorldCup

Background In March this year, Refereeing World provided a detailed description of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system to be used at the 2018 FIFA...

A Greg Blood post: The Australian Institute of Sport Story 1981-2013

Introduction Greg Blood has written a blog post to share on Clyde Street. Greg was a librarian at the National Sport Information Centre at the...

Thinking about unmeetings

Stefanie Butland has been writing about unconferences. In November, she shared six tips for running a successful unconference. An 'unconference' has no schedule set before the...

Ten years on, thinking about desire paths

This month, I will have been away from the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) for a decade. The years seem to have raced by. My...

Theory of mind and mental time travel: all in a day's work as a...

  Introduction Earlier this year, I explored some the theory of mind literature. For some time now, I have been thinking about how we induct people...

#coachlearninginsport … smelling the coffee

My Scoop.it aggregator collects a diverse range of posts and tweets about sport and performance. I have not set it to search for posts about...

Ethical Performance Support

I have had a delightful year thinking about and researching performance in sport and education. I have been fortunate to have spent much of the...

Trumped and Pickled

I have been thinking about digital storytelling. Just when I sense I am making some progress, I receive an alert and I am in one...

Investigating performance responses in the context of rule changes: an example from women's water...

Introduction It is the end of the Honours' year in Sport and Exercise Science at the University of Canberra. This year I have had the opportunity...

#coachlearninginsport: critical incidents and Swiss cheese

Introduction The first four lines Rudyard Kipling's poem 'If' have been a recurring background to my thinking about coach learning. If you can keep your head...