Featured Resource for September 2014 - SPORTDiscus
Each month, University Libraries highlights a resource from its collections. This month we are featuring SPORTDiscus, a comprehensive database in the area of human performance and recreation.
SPORTDiscus contains academic journal articles, monographs, conference proceedings, and dissertations on sports-related topics ranging from recreation, rehabilitation, physical fitness, and kinesiology to coaching, physical education, sport administration, sport law and legislation, and facility design and management.
Visit the Libraries' website to connect to this resource online. (Off-campus users will be prompted to login using their CampusID username and password.)