From the Editor-in-Chief . . .
One of the roles of the American College of Sports Medicine
is to disseminate research. As one of the primary venues for dissemination is
in the higher education classroom, research into quality pedagogy at this level
is of interest to the Translational Journal of the American College of Sports
Medicine – especially as this is an understudied area. The work of Halliday and
colleagues examines the use of blogging as a required component of exercise and
nutritional science classes for both undergraduate and graduate courses.
Findings support the use of explicit instruction in the use of blogging to
build skills while maintaining interest in blogging – particularly for graduate
The Translational Journal of The American College of Sports
Medicine welcomes articles of for studies with impact on the pedagogy of
John B. Bartholomew,