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Kinesiology - General

This guide is intended to assist you as you begin your study in the field of Kinesiology.

Welcome

Welcome to the library guide for Kinesiology. Use the tabs to navigate to different pages. If you have any questions, let me know. I'm happy to help!

Get an Overview

Although subject specific databases will likely be best for your topic, it can be helpful to get sense of what is available on your topic before you dive into deep research. Try searching CLICsearch, which searches many databases at the same time, to see a variety of resources on your topic.

CLICsearch

Before You Research - Get Background Information

Before diving into in-depth research, it's helpful to get background information on your topic. Encyclopedias and dictionaries are good places to start. They offer reliable background information and can also help you find a research topic. Use the following databases to find background information on your topic.

Brainstorm Keywords

Before you start searching for articles, it's important to spend time brainstorming keywords. Keywords are the words and phrases we use when searching. Watch this video for more information on keywords and creating a search strategy.

Video courtesy of Brock University Library