tennis player with notebook computer

Management and Technology

This cluster of work is being developed to explore the effectiveness to which sport and recreation organisations operate and have availed themselves of the opportunities provided by modern technology to improve their communications media, business skills and service delivery and how the industry can become more technology-literate.

Principal Projects:

man windsurfing
Coastal Aquatic Activity Study
woman in sportswear running up stairs
Developing Champions Evaluation Tool
main in wheelchair on basketball court
Disability Inclusion
boy swimming in pool with lanes
Water and Energy Efficient Aquatic Centres
man sitting outdoors on rock outcrop
Right to Roam
group of people jogging
Recreation Reform Agenda
boy swimming
Prevention
tennis player looking at tablet screen
WA Sport and Recreation Online
volunteer marathon assistants
New Models of Volunteering
leg shot of walkers and wheelchair users
Disability Review Inquiry
notebook computer on park lawn
Parklands Pavilion Writing Group
historic racing car closeup
Sustainability of Community Based Information Practices
trail through forested area
Understanding and Comparing Different Public Land Use Values

Active Workplaces
woman putting on running shoes in office
Active Buildings
community group members viewing club archive items
Sustainable Collections Management Practices for Community-based Organisations (Sport)
kickboxing training
The Hydration Status of Combat Sport Athletes
business seminar
Not for Profit Sector Study
kids stretching on a running track
Sport Advocacy
Curtin Carnabys players
Curtin Sport and Recreation Strategy

Complementary Projects:

Active Open Space
Climate Change
Nyoongar Services Mapping
South West Early Childhood Project
Profiling Communities
Capturing the Contribution of Volunteers in Community-based Organisations
Re-imagining Sport Delivery Within the Communities of Western Australia