" The heart of the site is the document library where you can download 100’s of sports development documents both past and present spanning 45 years. The site has also provided some new short and accessible ‘Ruff guides’ for students, and staff introducing topic areas written by leading researchers.
This website is produced by an academic and is invaluable for students at all levels. The site provides a useful starting point for both, academics who already teach modules in sports development, as well as those new to the topic. There are useful links to a range of useful resources. The site has been totally rewritten and upgraded and has become the invaluable resource for all students studying Sports Development.
It is fast becoming the first place students and staff researching the subject area go for information. Excellent new ‘Ruff guides’ to the subject area have been provided." June 2009
"This useful site is aimed at students studying sport development at degree level as well as professional sport development officers working in the industry. Coverage includes definitions of sport development, newsletters, a whats new section and details of Higher Education courses. It gathers together information on and links to full text documents on government policy, sport and community, inclusion and sport development, school sport development, and sport and youth crime. These are in PDF format and can be downloaded using Adobe Acrobat software. Links to sites of related interest are also included." Editors Choice
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