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Conducting Library Research in Kinesiology: Home

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Hi, I'm Erin!   I'm one of the librarians Picture of Erin Gratz, OCC Librarianat the OCC Library.   

In this module we are going to learn about: 

  • the basics of the library
  • searching for books
  • identifying scholarly articles
  • searching for articles in magazines and scholarly journals
  • evaluating websites
  • and citing in APA format 

Save this URL so you can come back and use the recommended resources as you do the research for your assignments. 

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Some important links to using the library: 

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Next, watch the video below to learn some of the reasons to use the library over your favorite search engine and some of the resources available in the library. 

Getting Help! 

During intercession you can get help from a librarian Monday - Thursday noon - 4pm via Chat.  Look for the chat icon  in the bottom right corner of the library webpages. 


 

After you finish with this video, go to the next tab:  Before You Search

Image Credits

Photos adapted in this guides have Creative Commons licensing on Unsplash.com. Photo credits:

Home page
Susan Yin (library shelves)
Lucas Blazek (desktop)

Before You Search
The Creative Exchange (girl reading)

Searching for Books
Thought Catalog (stack of books)

Identifying Scholarly Articles
Ali Shah Lakhani (magazines)

Searching for Articles
Marten Newhall (magnify glass)

Evaluating Websites
Gary Butterfield (becurious)

Why We Cite
Green Chameleon (writing at desk)