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KADA and KMU Develop Anti-doping Textbooks for University Lectures

  • 23.04.10 / 이해인

 

 

The Korea Anti-Doping Agency (KADA) is working with Kookmin University (KMU) to create an anti-doping textbook.
On Mar. 8, KADA said, “Even though the importance of anti-doping activities has been emphasized in sports domestically and around the world, there were no domestic anti-doping lectures due to the lack of appropriate textbooks and scholars or professors in Korea specializing in anti-doping.” 
The agency went on to say, “To solve this problem, 
KADA has provided a draft of teaching materials based on interesting anti-doping cases to the 20 students taking the “Sports Service Practice Experience” course at KMU’s College of Physical Education. The students are going to develop a textbook by editing the materials in ways that serve the needs of consumers.”
KADA added, “In the second half of this year, we will distribute the textbook, which will reflect consumers’ perspectives, to professors in related departments at each university and support the holding of anti-doping lectures.”
 KADA Secretary General Kim Kum-Pyoung said, “Developing a textbook for the use of professors on the front line of university education and creating new lectures will certainly benefit domestic sports administrative organizations in strengthening their anti-doping capabilities.” KADA Director Lee Won-Jae, also a KMU professor, commented, “KADA’s development of a substantial textbook is delightful news. Moreover, it’s very meaningful that university students, members of the so-called Generation Z, are participating in developing a university textbook based on their own unique perspectives.”

 

 

Yoon Sang-Jung
Reporter

ann8959@kookmin.ac.kr

KADA and KMU Develop Anti-doping Textbooks for University Lectures

 

 

The Korea Anti-Doping Agency (KADA) is working with Kookmin University (KMU) to create an anti-doping textbook.
On Mar. 8, KADA said, “Even though the importance of anti-doping activities has been emphasized in sports domestically and around the world, there were no domestic anti-doping lectures due to the lack of appropriate textbooks and scholars or professors in Korea specializing in anti-doping.” 
The agency went on to say, “To solve this problem, 
KADA has provided a draft of teaching materials based on interesting anti-doping cases to the 20 students taking the “Sports Service Practice Experience” course at KMU’s College of Physical Education. The students are going to develop a textbook by editing the materials in ways that serve the needs of consumers.”
KADA added, “In the second half of this year, we will distribute the textbook, which will reflect consumers’ perspectives, to professors in related departments at each university and support the holding of anti-doping lectures.”
 KADA Secretary General Kim Kum-Pyoung said, “Developing a textbook for the use of professors on the front line of university education and creating new lectures will certainly benefit domestic sports administrative organizations in strengthening their anti-doping capabilities.” KADA Director Lee Won-Jae, also a KMU professor, commented, “KADA’s development of a substantial textbook is delightful news. Moreover, it’s very meaningful that university students, members of the so-called Generation Z, are participating in developing a university textbook based on their own unique perspectives.”

 

 

Yoon Sang-Jung
Reporter

ann8959@kookmin.ac.kr

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