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Welcome to the Library's Sport Management subject guide, a place for Garrett College students and faculty seeking information in the sport management field. For frequently used databases related to these fields, consult the Sport Management QuickLinks box. If you're searching for a particular type of resource, try choosing one of the tabs at the top of the page to search for books, articles, web materials, and more.
Search the library collection for books, ebooks, magazines, DVDs, audiobooks, and course reserves.
Search these electronic collections of records containing either full-text documents (text, video, music), citations, or abstracts of articles (or chapters in books). If you are accessing these databases off-campus, you will need log-in using your Garrett College username and password.
LibGuides are designed by librarians to help you do research and find library resources (books, ebooks, articles, journals, citation styles, etc.). Guides are provided by subject and by course when applicable. These were created to make it easy to use high quality, academic resources.
The materials on this resource have been designed to give you a foundation in information literacy and critical thinking. Topics have been divided among six modules; each includes videos, tutorials, and quizzes.
Sport Management QuickLinks
Academic Search Premier
Periodical article index in general academic subject areas. Full text. On- or off-campus.
Business Source Premier
World's largest full text business database, covering virtually all subject areas related to business. Full text. On- or off-campus.
Periodical articles from thousands of journals in education, business, science, psychology and many other disciplines. Now includes access to New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Christian Science Monitor, Los Angeles Times and Washington Post. Full text. On- or off-campus.
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