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Key Sport Coaching & Exercise Science Databases
Databases are specialist tools which you can use to find resources such as journal articles. Listed below are some of the recommended databases for Sport students, but there are many more available to you on the following links All Sport databases and Resources A-Z.
- Index and summaries of peer-reviewed literature in behavioural science and mental health, from 1800s onwards.
- Indexes US MEDLINE and biomedical journal articles, from 1948.
- Multi-disciplinary abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature: scientific journals, books and conference proceedings.
- A multi-disciplinary sports index to international journals, monographs, reports and conference proceedings in all aspects of sport and leisure. [8 user licence].
- Access to: Arts and Humanities Citation Index, Conference Proceedings Citation Index (Science and Social Science & Humanities), Emerging Sources Citation Index, Science Citation Index Expanded, Social Sciences Citation Index and BIOSIS Citation Index Backfile.
All Sport databases
Book a One-to-One for Library skills support
The Library can offer you help with:
- Literature searching
- Finding and evaluating information
- Finding and using images legally
- Support for systematic reviews
- Understanding referencing
- Using EndNote
One-to-one support via:
- Bookable one-to-one appointments for in-depth help
- Bookable group sessions if you would like to arrange a bespoke session for yourself and a small group of colleagues
- Please note that support can be delivered in-person, or online via MS Teams
For more information or to book an appointment please email: QueenwoodSubjectTeam@brighton.ac.uk
Referencing and interlibrary loans
- The basics of referencing, "Cite Them Right" and the reference manager Endnote.
What if I can't access an article?
- If the library does not have an article you need you can request it via Interlibrary loan.