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Leeann M. Lower-Hoppe, Liz A. Wanless, Sarah M. Aldridge and Daniel W. Jones

-rich instruction, as it requires more than simply using technology to support traditional instruction methods or moving instructional content online ( Loschert, White Hall, & Murray, 2018 ). Rather, students receive some degree of control over the path, pace, time, and place of their learning. The nature of

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Gashaw Abeza, Norm O’Reilly, Kyle Kashuck, Joshua Law and Alexandra Speck

). Although TV rights are a significant source of income in college sports, they have their own repercussions on ticket sales for live games. In today’s fast-paced, technologically driven world, the TV (and streaming) viewing experience is changing, and many fans, particularly the younger generations, are

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Jamee A. Pelcher and Brian P. McCullough

) and other sustainability initiatives. Environmental sustainability operations have been gathering momentum at a quickening pace on the SU campus thanks to the efforts of many different stakeholder groups. One of the biggest sources of support and advocacy for sustainable change at SU comes from the

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Lynley Ingerson and Michael L. Naraine

include the fast-paced delivery of the franchise, the expected innovative sport management solutions, and the reinforcement of a strong culture being instilled. There are a wide range of roles being prepared by Rickard and each of them has peculiar characteristics to ensure the candidates are well

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Elizabeth A. Taylor, Gareth J. Jones, Kristy McCray and Robin Hardin

critical first step ( Aggarwal & Gupta, 2000 ) and can improve students’ emotional intelligence surrounding the issue ( Kumashiro, 2000 ). Educators can also create space for students to work through new and sometimes contradictory ideas at their own pace ( Kumashiro, 2000 ). Considering women and racial

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Jules Woolf, Jess C. Dixon, B. Christine Green and Patrick J. Hill

department was still relatively small, which meant everyone had to work closely with one another. Landry commented, “I think one of the great things about it [the DAR] is we have a real sort of teamwork mentality in the department.” Enthusiasm was also expressed with the hectic pace of the DAR. Leblanc

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Emily Dane-Staples

comprise part of the required outcomes; specific soft skills that are needed in the workforce are expected to be modeled in college classrooms. Employers expect graduates to be able to successfully navigate complex working relationships, independently tackle complex tasks, and know how to self-pace

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Ann Pegoraro

This case study investigated athletes’ use of a specific social-media platform—Twitter. Social media are a rising force in marketing and have been fully embraced by the sport industry, with teams, leagues, coaches, athletes, and managers establishing presences. Primarily these presences have been focused on Twitter, a microblogging site that allows users to post their personal thoughts in 140 characters or less. Athletes, in particular, have engaged in tweeting at a fast pace, which raises the question, What are they saying? This case study investigated the tweets of athletes over a 7-d period in an attempt to answer that question. The findings indicate that athletes are talking predominantly about their personal lives and responding to fans’ queries through Twitter. The results indicate that Twitter is a powerful tool for increasing fan–athlete interaction.

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Calvin Nite and Marvin Washington

contexts. Findings In this section, we present the narrative we constructed from our numerous sources regarding the NCAA’s efforts to incorporate and regulate the telecasting of college football games. We outline the narrative chronologically and highlight the themes that emerged. To summarize, the pace of

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Zack Pedersen and Antonio S. Williams

the Indiana Pacers [NBA]. At this point, I knew I was passionate about sport marketing, so I researched the individuals who held executive positions in sport organizations and, based on that research, decided to pursue a second master’s degree [an MBA]. My plan at that point was to work in brand