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ERIC Number: ED123200
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1976
Pages: 8
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New Directions in Intramurals and Recreation.
Fabian, Louis A.
This survey attempts to verify and delineate the trends in intramural physical education. Surveys were mailed to 395 colleges and universities in November of 1975. Two hundred and thirty three (56.6%) were returned for statistical analysis, but the number of responses to questions varied because not all questions were applicable to every institution. The survey substantiates previous findings which indicate that funding for intramural programs comes primarily from student-related resources, that most institutions provide structured intramural and recreation programs, that most institutions sponsor and/or supervise sports clubs, and that the designated recreation hours are allocated after scheduling needs for varsity athletics, physical education, intramurals, and sports clubs have been met. In addition, many intramural departments employ student activity managers to handle equipment and oversee intramural activities. (The report includes statistical tables of individual responses for these items. (DMT)
Publication Type: Books
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