* Many e-resources have a browsable Thesaurus (also called Subject Terms, Subject Headings, or Topics) to help you build a search. These subject words can be searched in a field called "Descriptors" or "Subjects" for more relevant search results.
* Use a truncation symbol to find alternate forms of words. In most e-resources this symbol is an asterisk * (the little star above the number 8 on your keyboard). For example: child* will produce all records that start with those 5 letters - children, childhood, childcare, etc.
Looking for exercise science related articles? Try checking a few of the article databases listed below.
Don't forget, if you run into a problem or need help searching, you can just Ask the Library and we'll get right back to you.
Looking for more (or different) journals? Find links to open access journals and learn more about open access through our Open Access Guide.
The Critical Appraisal Skills Programme has developed a series of checklists to help anyone who wants to be able to better read and evaluate research articles. Choose the checklist you want below: