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Sport Studies

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Sport Studies

Sport Studies

 
The Holland and Terrell Libraries contain resources for students and faculty interested in the social science aspects of sport studies, including movement studies/kinesiology/sport science, athletic training, health and fitness, and sport management. If you have any social science-oriented questions not answered on this page or the WSU Libraries website, please contact Lorena O'English (see contact info on the left margin). For questions about sport studies at WSU, please see the College of Education's Department of Educational Leadership and Counseling Psychology website.
 
This guide includes resources related to kinesiology/sport science and athletic training. If you are looking for sport management resources, you'll want the Sport Management library guide.

Spring 2021 Update: New and/or Helpful WSU Libraries Resources and Services

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  • Adams Matthew Trial (through 5/29/21) AM explorer, 1410-2016 1500-1920 AM Explorer is a federated search platform to access millions of pages of primary source collections across the entire portfolio of Adam Matthew Digital, spanning content from the 15th-21st centuries. Material is sourced from archives and libraries around the world. 
  • World News Connection /FBIS trial though 5/14/21 – The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS “…monitored, translated and disseminated…openly available news and information from media sources outside the US…” this is a really cool source - learn more about the Foreign Broadcast Information Service  
  • We bumped up our abstract and indexing subscription for Philosopher’s Index to a subscription that includes full-text content for the next year. Normally this is not something I would do, but it turns out the humanities *are* different and it was less than $700 – also our Religion liaison librarian paid for half. I don’t know if we will be able to provide this after this year, however since the price will go up to normal rates. 

Temporary Access, Spring 2021

  • JSTOR  - we have access to ALL their journal content (they divide it into specific collections, and we don’t subscribe to all of them), and the ArtStor database through the end of June *2022*.. We are also getting access to Security Studies through June 2021 as well, so – please, take advantage of this!  
  • We will be continuing our Roper Center (survey data iPoll database plus more) access through 3/31/2022. Probably not after, however. 
  • We have access to PolicyMap through the end of [updated!] June of 2021. (They have a new version with extra functionality but to download data you have to use the legacy (default) version) - blog at Mapchats Blog | PolicyMap to provide some use cases, etc
  • Adams Matthew Trial (through 5/29/21) AM explorer, 1410-2016 1500-1920 AM Explorer is a federated search platform to access millions of pages of primary source collections across the entire portfolio of Adam Matthew Digital, spanning content from the 15th-21st centuries. Material is sourced from archives and libraries around the world. 
  • World News Connection /FBIS trial though 5/14/21 – The Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS “…monitored, translated and disseminated…openly available news and information from media sources outside the US…” this is a really cool source - learn more about the Foreign Broadcast Information Service

What is PolicyMap?

An online (no software installation needed) U.S. national data and mapping tool and analytics platform with multidisciplinary applications for college students and faculty.  Undergraduate and graduate schools use us in their curriculum and research related to social sciences, urban studies, real estate and housing analysis, community and economic development, public administration, public health, policy and political science, education, business, economics, statistics, and geography, among others. Users can leverage thousands of U.S. data indicators in PolicyMap to perform demographic and socioeconomic analysis, from a neighborhood census block group in many cases, up to a national level, as well as create custom regions, for their research and studies.  
 Look for Blog Posts, Customer Stories, and sample Maps, Tables, and Reports.

  • Our MapChats Blog features stories on Mapping Consumer Spending Habits, Internet Access Disparities, and the Social Drivers of Health and more!
  • Our Academic Web Page gives insight into how other universities and colleges use our data and mapping tool
  • Visit PolicyMap Support for tutorials, training videos, the training calendar.
  • A complete list of our data related to Demographics, Incomes and Spending, Housing, Lending, Quality of Life, Economy, Education and Health can be found here

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