Clyde Street

Learning, Teaching, Performing

Discussing the Australian Sport System

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This blog post pulls together some ideas for a presentation about the Australian Sport System (Unit 7978) to University of Canberra first year Sport Studies students.

The topics of this presentation are the Australian Sports Commission (ASC) and the National Sport Information Centre (NSIC).

For my presentation to the group (on 18 February) I am going to use Wallwisher.

A version of the of the Wall created with pdfmyurl is stored at Box.net.

Wallwisher enables the user to upload videos too. I had a look at Safeshare for the video upload.

Photo Credits

Ben Jones 2008 Kite Surfer

Australian Olympic Team, Los Angeles

Author: Keith Lyons

Clyde Street has been my WordPress blog since June 2008. I write about learning, teaching and performing.

One thought on “Discussing the Australian Sport System

  1. Hi Keith,
    Australian based technology company Viocorp is broadcasting a series of live online forums throughout 2010 entitled the Viocorp Future Forums.

    Considering your obvious passion for both technology and sport I thought that you might be interested in using Viocorp’s popular online broadcasting product, viostream, to tune into Viocorp’s ‘The Future of Sports Forum’ tomorrow.

    If this is the case, you can tune into this one hour live moderated question and answer session, which takes place this Friday 12th March at 12 noon by registering here: http://www.viocorp.com/future_forum/164.html

    The topics being discussed are Sports broadcasting, the Government’s role in supporting sport, Australia’s changing sporting interests, Sports revenue, advertising innovation and sports betting.

    Questions are accepted from viewers if you’d like to contribute to the discussion.

    If you like to know more, please let me know.
    Best regards,
    Annabelle

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