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Kinesiology and Health Studies

Quick Find

Quick Find is a search engine that simultaneously searches the holdings of the University of Regina and federated college libraries (including books, journals, videos, sound recordings, etc.), and many databases of journal articles, government documents, dissertations, and more.

Quick Find is an ideal tool to begin your search for items you need for class assignments, research, or your personal interests.

Quick Find can also be used to find a specific item that you want, such as a specific book or article.

If you need help using Quick Find see the Quick Find Research Guide. If you are having any trouble finding articles, using the databases, finding books or using Quick Find contact your Liaison Librarian.

Best Bet Databases

Below is a selected list of databases that you can use to begin your search for articles in kinesiology and health studies. To see all the databases available click here.
Best Bets include:

Newspaper Databases

Sometimes the topic you are searching for is so current that there are not many articles published or you would like to find articles in newspapers only. To find newspaper databases click on the Database by Subject tab and select newspapers or if you know the databases you are looking for you can type it in the Find Databases by Title box.

 Newspaper Databases include:

Google Scholar

Google Scholar is free and provides a simple way to broadly search for scholarly literature. From one place, you can search across many disciplines and sources: articles, theses, books, abstracts and court opinions, from academic publishers, professional societies, online repositories, universities and other web sites.