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Outdoor Leadership

A few of the books available on outdoor leadership are listed below. Use the following Library of Congress subject headings to search for more books by subject in the UMD Library Catalog.

Recreation Leadership
Outdoor Recreation -- management

 

Bulik, Kenneth J. (2000). Group games & activity leadership. State College, Pa. : Venture Pub. GV1203 .B75 2000

Christian, Sandy Stewart. (1997). Instant icebreakers: 50 powerful catalysts for group interaction and high impact learning. Duluth, MN : Whole Person Associates. HM134 .C475 1997

Ford, Phyllis M. (1993). Leadership and administration of outdoor pursuits. S.I. : Venture Publishing, Inc. GV14.5 .F671 1993x

Graham, John. (1997). Outdoor leadership : technique, common sense & self-confidence. Seattle, WA : Mountaineers. GV181.4 .G73 1997

Jubenville, Alan. (1993). Outdoor recreation managment : theory and application. State College, PA : Venture Publishing. GV191.66 .J8 1993

Michaelis, Bill. (2000). The game and play leader’s handbook : facilitating fun and positive interaction. State College, Pa. : Venture Pub. GV181.4 .M53 2000

Mull, Richard F. (1997). Recreational sport management. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics. GV181.43 .R43 1997
Priest, Simon. (1997). Effective leadership in adventure programming. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics. GV181.43 .P75 1997

Russell, Ruth V. (2001). Leadership in recreation. (2nd Ed). Boston : McGraw-Hill. GV181.4 .R87 2001

Sheridan, Paul T. (2003). Retention of wilderness trip leaders by summer residential camps. University of Minnesota, Duluth. LB2369.5 .S548

Simon, Priest. (1997). Effective leadership in adventure programming. Champaign, IL : Human Kinetics. GV181.43 .P75 1997

 

Web Links

National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS) http://www.nols.edu/

Outward Bound http://www.outwardbound.com

 

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