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KINESIOLOGY: Subject Guide

Resource suggestions and search tips for research in kinesiology.

Getting Started

In this Guide, you'll find:

  • Reference Sources to help you find general and background information
  • A list of databases and select Kinesiology journals to help you Find Articles
  • Information on searching the catalog, ebooks, and streaming databases to help you Find Books & Media
  • Some Web Resources that may be useful for studying Kinesiology

Key Resources

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 Try these key resources first.

Find Background Information

Reference sources - great for getting started

Reference sources can be a great starting point for research. Reference sources typically provide definitions, give topic overviews, and explain theories. They can also point to additional readings and scholarship. Examples of reference sources include: dictionaries, encyclopedias, handbooks, guidebooks, manuals, and textbooks. 




Other Reference Sources