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Sport: Websites & Industry News

Websites and Industry News

Critical thinking skills: How to spot fake news

How to Spot Fake News

IFLA, 2017. How to spot fake news [online]. Netherlands: The International Federation of Library Associations. Available from: https://repository.ifla.org/handle/123456789/167 [Accessed 08/09/2021].

Evaluating information skills

How do I search for an article in a specific journal or trade magazine? How do I check which journal titles and trade magazines BU subscribes to?

Professional Associations & Organisations

  • Important note: BU Library does not subscribe to these professional association/organisation websites.
  • These websites are recommended because you may have limited access to some free material, but you will not be able to login without personal subscription details.
  • You may also consider joining an association(s) as part of your professional and career development.

Sources of information about sport in the UK

Founded in 1997 UK Sport invests in Great Britain’s Olympic and Paralympic sports and athletes.

Committed to helping people and communities across England create sporting habits for life.

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The UK's technical agency for coaching, established as the National Coaching Foundation, to promote sports coaching education.

 

UK Government websites

UK Government Department for Culture, Media & Sport

Subject Guide

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Sports Insight Magazine and News

Important note: BU Library does not subscribe to this trade news provider. You will have limited access to free material on website and you may choose to receive latest news updates.

Free Sports Management Magazine and Handbook