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Open to Sharing

I have come across four interesting posts about sharing this week. The Open Cloud Initiative A Code of Practice for the Fair Use of Online Video ALISS's...

IASI 2011: Morning Session Day 1

Hartmut Sandner welcomed delegates to our workshop. He noted that nine countries and sixteen organizations and institutions were represented at the workshop from the...

Using Video To Promote Canoe Slalom

The 2011 Australian Canoe Slalom Open has started at the Penrith Whitewater Stadium. Australian Canoeing work with Sportscene to provide a video service to...

The Occupational Culture of the Performance Analyst: Providing a Video Service

In the last couple of weeks I have been discussing an Honours' project with a student at the University of Canberra. I have been...

Using video in sport: learning from artists

Sport has been voracious in its use of video. The availability of domestic video cameras and playback facilities since the late 1970s has made...

Attention and Learning

This post about attention and learning started with some ideas stimulated by Noah Charney's novel The Art Thief (2007). I liked his suggestion that "logic...

Judging Canoe Slalom 2009

This blog post brings together three earlier blog posts about judging gates in canoe slalom with the 2009 ICF rules. Video 1 This is a brief...

Feedforward

Introduction Over twenty years ago when I was researching my book Using Video in Sport (1988) I came across Peter Dowrick's work on self-modelling. I...