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Accreditation Pathways for Performance Analysts

Jason Lear's reply to a Kirsten Spencer question on LinkedIn has sent me off on a three week journey. Jason has a clear sense of accreditation for performance analysts which he has shared in discussions. He has prompted me to think about how we might develop a taxonomy of performance analysis activity that maps pathways. My interest has been in how we might offer an inclusive model of accreditation that would be acceptable to and of interest to the sport industry (defined very broadly) and education providers. My hope is that many of the vocational requirements of national education award bodies...

ProCurate

I wrote a post about voluntary and professional associations yesterday. In the post I quoted Steve Rosenbaum: Associations are a veritable content creation machine. These groups of thought leaders are blogging, tweeting, meeting, and plugging in to social media with innovation and enthusiasm that in many ways surpasses many of the media organizations. While media is suffering from audience erosion, as the web gives readers and viewers and ever widening array of choices — association membership remains strong and solid. Why? Because professionals need access to high quality information, professional networking, and professional development resources that a consortium of their fellow members...

#SCP12: Oracy and Creativity

I look forward to Fridays. it is the day I meet students in the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra. This week our tutorials explored ideas linked to oracy and creativity. My presentation in the lecture was on Produsing Resources. The day coincided with the submission of online presentations as part of the unit's assessment. I think we had lots to talk about and the Slideshow gives a feel for some of the tutorial activities in the beautiful InSPIRE Building 25 on the University of Canberra campus. As we were working through some ideas, far away (but conversely very near) Stephen...

#SCP12 The Power to Point

Today is delivery day for students taking part in the Sport Coaching Pedagogy unit at the University of Canberra. They will be sharing their link to a presentation each of them has posted online. I received an overnight flurry of links from the group. Most have used SlideCasts in SlideShare, some have used Prezi, two have used Archive.org and there is one YouTube video. The YouTube link created a teachable moment for me. I was compiling the links to the presentations on the unit's Wikiversity eportfolio page and was alerted to the YouTube link as spam. When Wikiversity drew my attention to this and...

Secondary Data Analysis and Curation: A Presentation at #IACSS2011

Last week I had an opportunity to make an oral presentation at the Eighth International Symposium of Computer Science in Sport in Shanghai. I was keen to explore the potential of secondary data analysis that draws upon the increasingly rich data provided by websites supporting sporting events. I used data drawn from the 2011 Asia Football Cup to discuss issues around the creation and curation of content. I noted some of the responsibilities associated with produsing web based resources. This is a brief SlideCast of my presentation.

Open Language

UCNISS submitted an open tender to the Australian Paralympic Committee this week. We submitted a proposal to produce A History of the Paralympic Movement in Australia, and to establish a repository of media and digitised primary resources to compliment the text. The tender was written as a Wikiversity page. The process of becoming open has been a great personal learning experience. I am fortunate to have had Leigh Blackall and James Neill as my guides and to access Stephen Downes' OLDaily to extend my horizons. Stephen has presented his ideas on The Role of Open Educational Resources in Personal Learning this...