This guide provides information on how to locate resources relevant to Exercise and Sport Science.
Library Search can be used to find a wide range of information sources including books, ebooks, journal articles, streamed videos and Course Resources Online.
Use this box to start your search.
Find a quick fact or to gain a broader understanding of the topic.
The journals listed below are a sample of the journals available online via Library Search.
Use the title of the journal as your search terms.
- Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews
- International Journal of Sport and Exercise Psychology
- Journal of Sport & Exercise Psychology
- Psychology of Sport and Exercise
- Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
- Sport & Exercise Psychology Review
- Sport, Exercise, and Performance Psychology
Most databases subscribed to by the Library are searched by Library Search. If you are not finding the results you were looking for when using Library Search you may like to search these databases individually:
SPORTDiscus with Full Text provides access to sports & sports medicine journals. Topics include all aspects of human movements - biomechanics, coaching, exercise physiology, recreation & leisure, sports medicine, and sports & people with disabilities.
Note: maximum of four concurrent users
Description: PubMed is a freely available resource developed by the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI). Subject coverage includes: medicine, biomedicine, nursing, dentistry, veterinary medicine, the health care system, preclinical sciences. Limited full text is available for open access articles.
- Australian Medicines Handbook
AMH is widely recognised as Australia's leading independent medicines reference providing concise, practical and reliable drug information. The book is designed with the busy health professional in mind. AMH structure is broken into easy to use chapters, drug classes and monographs, treatments and appendices
Use the following links to source more information about each professional association:
University Research and Information Skills is the Library's Moodle site.
It outlines the skills you need to become successful at finding the best information for your assessment items.
All Undergraduate students are automatically enrolled in this course, so you will find it in your Moodle course list or you can use the link above.