Soccer Coaching & the Web: How to Capture & Organize Content
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Soccer Coaching & the Web: How to Capture & Organize Content

Simple skills for Soccer Coaches to keep up to date,gather and organize content from the web ( e.g. videos,practices )
4.7 (11 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
81 students enrolled
Created by Robin Russell
Last updated 5/2014
English
Price: $30
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
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What Will I Learn?
At the end of this Course you will be able capture and organize web content to using the skills outlined below
1. How to ‘FIND AND PULL’ Content to you • How to use Search Engines to identify specialist websites • Recommended Websites •Starting to use YouTube •Creating your own YouTube Channel
2. How to develop a Network of Trusted Colleagues to ‘PUSH’ content to you • How to Create an online Profile • How to Verify Content • How to collaborate effectively online: Posting and Solving Problems • Using LinkedIn • Using Twitter
3. How to organize other Content to PUSH it to you: • How to Keep up to date : using RSS/ Feed Readers,Dashboards & Newsletters • How to use Content Monitoring & Notification Services
4. How to Organize Content • How to Bookmark and Tagg Content • Sharing Files and Using Session Planners
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Requirements
  • Access to the internet via Computer,Tablet or Mobile Device
  • If you have enrolled on the course and wish to access the community please email Robin Russell at RRussellSportsPath@Gmail.com.The Community Site for this course is hosted on the Sports Path Community Site which is http://www.sportspathcommunity.com In the email to Robin can you indicate : 1. Are you already a member of this community from another Sports Path course or not. 2. If you are already a member of this community whether you need new Password or not.
Description

The Purpose of the courses in this series is to provide SIMPLE Guidance for soccer coaches who want to use the web to support their coaching, assist their personal development as coaches and help the development of the players they coach

This particular course focuses on how to capture and organize content from the internet.The Content to capture and organize may be in the form of videos, practices, drills, animations, documents,presentations,web pages,podcasts,webinars etc.

  • The series is grounded in – PRACTICAL APPLICATION –in how to develop SKILLS to assist the soccer coach develop their players.
  • The course is taught by video lectures explaining how to use commonly available FREE web tools to capture and organize content for soccer coaches
  • Learners will be able to develop skills through by viewing video lectures, downloading documents, undertaking tasks and sharing experiences in the Online Course Community
  • Course materials available will include Video Lectures, Power Point Presentations,Documents,Task Sheets,Access to the Course Community Site
  • You will have the opportunity to pose questions to the course lecturer and other learners via the Course Community Site
  • The course consists of 4 Sections with 13 lectures of an average time of 7 minutes each.Learners are advised to practice the skills and tools outlined as the course develops.With practice time included learners will be able to master all the skills outlined in 5 hours maximum.
  • Benefits to Soccer Coaches ? At the end of this module you will be able to use a variety of skills to capture and organize web content to improve your own knowledge but also in preparation to sharing this content with the players you coach

We have made the following Assumptions regarding coaches on this course:

  • You would like to extend your players’ participation in soccer, retain their enjoyment of the game and improve their abilities.
  • You believe that your players can learn when you are not physically with them –you accept you are not their only medium to learn the game!
  • You want to be a Web CHAMPION not another Web VICTIM.
  • You accept that using the web effectively is now part of your job as a coach
  • YOU WANT TO SPEND AS LITTLE TIME AS POSSIBLE FINDING OUT HOW TO USE THE WEB! –SO YOU WANT TO USE THE SKILLS YOU HAVE LEARNT IMMEDIATELY
Who is the target audience?
  • Soccer Coaches who want to use the web to support their coaching, assist their personal development as coaches  and help the development of the players they coach
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 14 Lectures Collapse All 14 Lectures 01:33:48
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Welcome
1 Lecture 03:51
  1. Introduction to the Course Lecturer
  2. Some Assumptions of the Learners
  3. Purpose of Course
  4. Course Objectives- which skills learners can expect to be able to use as a result of this course
  5. How the Course is delivered
  6. Access to the Community Site
  7. How to obtain the Course Book at 50% Discount
Preview 03:51
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How to ‘FIND AND PULL’ Content to you
4 Lectures 23:26
  1. Strengths and Weaknesses in using the web
  2. Common Problems
  3. Current Use
  4. Establishing your Personal Learning Objectives
Preview 03:09

  1. Choosing a Web Browser which will find and present web material to you
  2. Google Chrome
  3. Using Basic Google Serach
  4. Using http://www.scoop.it
  5. Google Scholar
  6. Google Translate
Preview 10:38

  1. Research conducted with Soccer Coaches
  2. Recommended Free Websites
  3. Recommended Subscription Websites
  4. Using Scoop.it to capture content from a Free Website
Recommended Popular Free and Subscription Websites
03:17

  1. Using YouTube Search functions
  2. Starting your own YouTube Channel
  3. Popular Soccer YouTube Channels
  4. Sharing Content via YouTube
  5. Developing Playlists on YouTube
Starting to use YouTube
06:22
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Developing a Network of Trusted Colleagues who will ‘PUSH’ Content to you
4 Lectures 35:05

1.Why develop a network of Trusted Colleagues?

2.Problems and Perceived Fears

3.Strengths and Weakness of your Personal Learing Network

4.Developing an Online Profile

Analyzing your Personal Learning Network and Creating an online Profile
07:51

  1. General Principles of Online Collaboration
  2. Examples of Soccer Coaches who blog
How to collaborate effectively online
03:46

  1. Setting up an Account on Twitter
  2. Finding People to Follow
  3. Using Search and Hashtags
  4. Using Twitter with your players to support your coaching
  5. Who Soccer Coaches follow on Twitter - 20 examples
The Soccer Coaches Guide to Using Twitter
10:41

  1. Setting up an Account on LinkedIn
  2. Developing your Profile
  3. Profile Settings
  4. Developing Your Network
  5. Joining Groups
  6. Jobs
  7. Posting on your Home Page
  8. Popular Groups for Soccer Coaches to join on LinkedIn
The Soccer Coaches Guide to Using LinkedIn
12:47
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Other ways to keep up to date by PUSHING CONTENT to you
2 Lectures 18:20
  1. Why and How to use RSS Tools
  2. RSS options
  3. IgHome as a Dashboard
  4. Setting Up Feeds to your Dashboard
  5. Using Newsletters
  6. Paper.li and other Online Newsletters
Using RSS,Feedreaders,Dashboards and Newsletters
09:35

  1. Why use Content Monitoring
  2. Using Google Alerts
  3. Using Scoop.it
  4. Added notes to video clips via Scoop.it
Using Alerts and other Content Monitoring tools
08:45
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Organizing Content
2 Lectures 11:10
  1. Google Bookmarks
  2. Sharing Bookmarks
  3. File Sharing for large file
Bookmarking and Tagging
07:30

  1. Why use Session Planners?
  2. Most Popular Session Planners used by Soccer Coaches
  3. Considerations when choosing a Session Planner
  4. List of Session Planners on Scoop.it
Using Session Planners
03:40
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Course Conclusion
1 Lecture 01:56
  1. Review Strengths and Weaknesses
  2. Develop an Action Plan
  3. Feedback on the Course - please !
Post Course Tasks
01:56
About the Instructor
Robin Russell
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CEO, Chairman and Founder of Sports Path
  • Born in Denmark of Scottish Parents. Qualified as a teacher and played semi- pro football before joining the English FA in 1978
  • As FA Assistant Director of Coaching & Technical Coordinator established :
  • - The FA’s Grassroots Programme including the Soccer Star Program and introduction of Mini- Soccer

    - UEFA Coach Education Course in England.

    - The FA Coaches Association

    - FA Learning Ltd. with 10 Online Learning Courses and with Howard Wilkinson the Youth Academy System in England

  • Left fulltime employment with the FA in 2005 to start business in e-learning (www.sportspath.com ) and also to become UEFA Grassroots Football Consultant which included input into www.uefa.com/trainingground
  • At Sports Path:
  • - Established Online Courses used by over 50,000 Soccer Parents

    - Developed the LMA School of Football Management Online Courses

    - Launched the Soccer Diet online course

  • Has also advised FIFA ,CONCACAF, & The FA’s of Turkey, Saudi Arabia,Cyprus,Northen Ireland and Palestine + clubs including Shakhtar Donetsk & Southampton FC
  • In 2013, Robin wrote ‘ Soccer Coaching and the Web’ in 2013 and also became an Adjunct Professor, Online Coaching Education, Ohio University,Ohio,USA