Your forum assignments require you to find academic and popular sources to respond to questions from your instructor.
This page will help you:
In university, we usually distinguish between scholarly and popular sources. Sometimes, instructors require you to only use academic sources e.g. peer-reviewed books and articles. In Sport Management, you will often be requested to use both scholarly and popular sources. In broad strokes, we define popular sources as publications created for a general audience, usually written by journalists or subject experts but not by professors or researchers.
Some examples of popular sources useful for SPMA 4P97:
How can you tell if you're using a "good" popular source? Sometimes it's tricky to know if you're looking at a credible article, an inaccurate opinion piece - or even fake news.
Some tips for selecting credible popular sources:
Trade publications and magazines are included in many Library databases including SuperSearch, Canadian Business and Current Affairs, Factiva and more.
Some specific titles relevant to hockey: