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Keeping Girls in Sport: A Two-Part Evaluation of an E-Learning Program for Coaches and Activity Leaders

Sara W. Szabo, Emily C. Owen, Michael D. Kennedy, and Camilla J. Knight

In 2018, the Coaching Association of Canada, alongside organisations including Jumpstart Charities, Canadian Women and Sport (formerly CAAWS), and Respect Group launched the Keeping Girls in Sport (KGIS) e-learning program. The KGIS program ( https

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Tools for Creating E-Learning: Learning Objects

Scott Barker, Andrew P. Winterstein, Kenneth E. Wright, and Vivian H. Wright

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E-Learning in Athletic Training Education

Column-editor : Neil Curtis

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E-Learning in Allied Health Care

Jeff Stewart and Vivian H. Wright

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The Coach Developer as a Learning Designer: An Insight Into the Development of the ICOACHKIDS Massive Open Online Courses

Sergio Lara-Bercial, Gary Hodgson, Pedro Lara-Bercial, Sheelagh Quinn, Declan O’Leary, and Kris Van Der Haegen

start creating a variety of e-learning suites. However, research into the impact of these initiatives is scarce ( Griffiths et al., 2021 ), and their suitability for coach education and development is still debated ( Driska & Nalepa, 2020 ). This “practical advances” paper is concerned with the

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Educational Podcasts in Kinesiology: A Scoping Review

Scott W.T. McNamara, Matthew Shaw, Kylie Wilson, and Angela Cox

). Online settings and e-learning tools may offer a viable alternative learning opportunity for practitioners and students within the field of kinesiology to engage with relevant content that may have been previously available only to them through professional conferences or face-to-face college courses

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Expanding Learning Opportunities in Kinesiology Through the Use of Flipped Instruction

Chad M. Killian and Amelia Mays Woods

instructional physical activity course identified significant pretest to posttest gains in students’ health-related fitness knowledge, indicating that students were better able to learn via e-learning systems in an instructional physical activity course. Results from these studies demonstrated that students are

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Understanding the Impact of an Online Level 1 Coach Education Award on Dodgeball Coaches’ Learning and Practice

Thomas M. Leeder, Lee C. Beaumont, and Ciaran M.C. Maloney

enhancing the learner experience and quality of MOOCs . RED: Revista de Educacion a Distancia, 50 ( 2 ), 1 – 18 . Creswell , J.W. ( 2013 ). Qualitative inquiry and research design ( 3rd ed. ). Sage . Crudgington , B. ( 2020 ). Authentic e-learning: Using an

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Incorporating E-learning to Enhance Instruction and Student Experiences in Collegiate Physical Activity Courses

Jared Russell, Danielle Wadsworth, Peter Hastie, and Mary Rudisill

The purpose of this paper is to describe the precursors to and development of the School of Kinesiology's portal, which is used to deliver multimedia content to the approximately 7,000 students annually enrolled in physical activity and wellness program courses. Grounded in research, the paper addresses the initial rationale for changing the physical activity program focus, the implementation of a new delivery system of course content, and the benefits to students and instructors that have been realized. Research possibilities are also outlined. The paper concludes with an examination of issues that faculty at other institutions might consider when developing an online component within their physical activity and wellness programs.

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A Systematic Review of Digital Interventions to Promote Physical Activity in People With Intellectual Disabilities and/or Autism

Debbie Van Biesen, Tine Van Damme, Natalia Morgulec-Adamowicz, Aleksandra Buchholz, Momna Anjum, and Séan Healy

games OR online learning OR E-health OR E-learning social media OR computer-assisted instruction) AND (physical activity OR exercise OR physical education OR physical training) AND (intellectual disabilities OR developmental disabilities OR learning disabilities OR autism OR autism spectrum disorder