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Toolkit to support the study and research of kinesiology

Required Textbook Information

The Library cannot provide access to all required texts (many are not available with library e-book formats), but we do have access to the following titles.  As we do not have all required texts, please do not assume that a title listing for any course is complete - assume that it is NOT, and consult your syllabus and the current booklist.

Please see the CGHS Student Guide for a complete list of required textbooks.

KINE 5000

KINE 6000

Kinesiology Core Topics Reference Texts

Research Skills

Database, Streaming Video and Other Resources

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Sage Research Methods is a database of texts and videos that act as references and instruction for a wide variety of health and social science research methods, from qualitative to quantitative to mixed methods.


See chart at left to see what SAGE suggests that you use within their resource for finding specific information.


ATSU also subscribes to two add-ons to Sage Research Methods that provide additional content - Videos and Cases.

If you're looking for... Try
A quick explanation of a term Dictionary or Encyclopedia entry
In-depth coverage of a specific aspect of a method Whole books (Little Green Books, Little Blue Books, etc.)
In-depth coverage of a specific aspect of a method Book chapters that hone in on that topic
Actual examples of methods applied in real research contexts Journal articles or Cases
Methods in action Videos
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Academic and Scientific Writing e-Books

Additional Resources

Find More Books

The Library has many more print and electronic books on kinesiology and other subjects. Search for them using Still OneSearch by un-checking the Discipline Limiters and then limiting your result list after it appears to books or e-books, or by using the links to the Library Catalog below.

Search the Library Catalog

Newest Kinesiology e-Books