Books and DVDs are shelved in the following classification areas:
GV 706.4 Sport Psychology
QP 301 Exercise Physiology
QP 303 Kinesiology
QP 303 Human Mechanics
RA 781 Physical Fitness
RC 1200 - 1210 Sports Medicine
RC 1235 Sport Physiology
Credo Reference has created a topic page for the human body. On this topic page, you'll find a collection of articles and entries from their reference texts as well as searches in the Library catalogue and relevant databases.
This library collects material for Human Kinetics topics in print books, ebooks, periodical databases and more. Visit the library in person or online for titles to support research tasks and overall learning in your discipline.
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Make a list of the tasks you need to accomplish. Set a schedule to finish each task. Put the schedule into your calendar.
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Reference resources help you get started on a new topic, answer quick questions, and/or point you to further resources. Examples of reference resources include:
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