eLearning and Sport Management: Hyperpedagogy Possibilities

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Title eLearning and Sport Management: Hyperpedagogy Possibilities
Author Edwards, Allan Llewellyn; Finger, Glenn
Journal Name Sport Management review
Editor B. Christine Green
Year Published 2007
Place of publication Deakin University
Publisher Sport Management Association of Australia and New Zealand (SMAANZ)
Abstract Whilst we have seen a proliferation of eLearning applications, there remains a limited understanding of eLearning possibilities in the discipline of sport management. Following an introduction to ICT and sport management, and discussion of eLearning and sport management, new eLearning roles are explored through presenting hyperpedagogy which extends concepts of poststructural theory into digital pdeagogies. Research on hypertext and poststructuralism and the relationship between cultural studies, technology and popular culture has led to the assembly of theories of hyperpedagogy that seek a more informed and critical engagement with technology. This paper argues that sport management scholars need to engage with hyperpedagogy as a means of moving beyond social efficiency approaches to eLearning. Second Life (SL), a 3-D virtual world, is attracting interest because of its potential use in eLearning applications such as 3D virtual delivery of seminars and lectures, collaborative exercises, tutorials and discussions. By utilising the principles of hyperpedagogy, SL and similar platforms provide exciting possibilities for sport management eLearning.
Peer Reviewed Yes
Published Yes
Volume 10
Issue Number 2
Edition September, 2007
Page from 191
Page to 208
ISSN 1441-3523
Date Accessioned 2008-02-15
Date Available 2008-05-02T02:47:04Z
Language en_AU
Research Centre Griffith Institute for Educational Research
Faculty Faculty of Education
Subject Educational Technology and Media
URI http://hdl.handle.net/10072/18174
Publication Type Journal Articles (Refereed Article)
Publication Type Code c1

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