When doing research in kinesiology there are a variety of sources available to you. The first step is selecting a topic and figuring out what types of sources of information you will need to use for your research.
If you need scholarly and/or peer reviewed articles, you will want to start with a database. If you need background information, a good starting point would be a subject encyclopedia.
If you need help figuring out where to begin you may always contact me.
A big thank you to Teresa Omidsalar for graciously giving me permission to use her Child and Family Studies Research Guide as a template for this guide.
Online encyclopedias are a good starting point for research.
There are many print reference sources that are also good starting points for research.
Adapted physical education and sport: Level 2 Library North GV445 .A3 2011
Dance anatomy and kinesiology: Level 3 Library South RC1220.D35 C55 2007
Encyclopedia of extreme sports: Level 2 Library North GV749.7 .E53 2009
Even though you can find journal articles in the Library's databases, below are some important journals for this area that are available electronically.