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This Guide will help you research a topic in your health and human performance courses. Included are library resources and tools that assist students in conducting a literature review, managing & organizing sources, and reporting results.
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Start your research by clicking on the Article Databases Tab to view a list of e-resources for this subject.

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Citing Sources in APA Style

Go to the Citation Resources tab above for information about citing sources using APA Style.

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Tips for Getting Started:

  • The most current health and human performance information will be found in journal articles and other electronic resources.
  • Books about health and human performance are found in the General Book Collection upstairs.  A detailed breakdown of the call number ranges that apply your field is found under the Locate Items tab above.

  • If you are stuck after you have tried the strategies outlined in this guide, be sure to ask for help.  You may contact one of the library faculty directly, or Ask a Librarian through online chat, or request a Research Consultation Appointment.

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