Sport, exercise and health sciences
Providing access to quality Sport, exercise and health sciences resources and subject support.
Databases View more
Here are the key databases/online resources to start finding information in your subject area. Click on 'View more' to go to the full listing for the Library, and use the filters to find more for this subject and others.
You can access books and e-books via the Catalogue (also known as Library Catalogue Plus) to search for and check their availability. The Catalogue also provides links to e-books and displays the shelf marks of physical books in the Library. We have detailed the shelf marks of the most popular topics below (the level is for the Library in Loughborough).
|Subject / title||Pilkington level||Shelfmark|
|Sport and Physical activity||2||796|
Videos View more
Use the videos to learn more about some resources or finding information.
Frequently asked questions View more
Here are some of the most popular questions asked by students in this subject. If you have a different question, check 'View more' or ask your Academic Librarian.
How can I access an article in a database?
Some databases provide the full-text of the article in the database in either HTML or PDF format. Others just give you the basic details but you have to access the full-text via a link that might say 'SFX' or 'Full-text'.
If you are on-campus or have the VPN activated on your device when you are off-campus, you should click on the link and it will take you to the full-text if the Library subscribes to the journal.
If it doesn't do this, then search Library Catalogue Plus to see if we subscribe to the journal you need (including the correct year). If you get stuck, contact the Library (email@example.com).
How do I access an eBook?
From Library Catalogue Plus look at the options at the side of the page and click on ‘eBook’ in the ‘Format’ section to limit the results to eBooks. Click on ‘Get full text’ to open the eBook.
How do I reference correctly for my school or department?
You need to find out which referencing style your lecturer, supervisor or marker is expecting you to use. This information is usually in a school or department handbook and in Learn. If you get stuck, contact your Academic Librarian.