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Article Databases for Athletic Administration
Given the cross-disciplinary nature of this program, search a variety of education,business, and law databases for articles.
Research@UWW - Articles is a discovery tool that searches across many of the Library's databases, ejournals, digital repositories, and other products to help you discover many types of articles (peer-reviewed, newspaper, and magazine).
Nexis Uni is an online service composed of legal, news, reference, and business sources, most full text.
Of particular interest are the New York Times, June, 1980-to date; The Wisconsin State Journal, 1992-to date; and The Capital Times, 1992-to date. Years of coverage vary, but many sources begin with the late 1980's or early 1990's.
Partial funding provided by UW System Shared Electronic Collection.
Key Journals in Athletic Administration
In addition to Key Journals for Higher Ed (see tab above), the following are samples of journals that focus on aspects of Athletic Administration in Higher Education. UW-W library subscribes to these, or provides full-text access through various databases.
The most difficult part of conducting a good search is figuring out which terms to use and how to combine them to find literature that is relevant. As you begin researching in disciplines that are new to you, you will become familiar with the language and vocabulary.
Here are a few examples to get you started in your search for resources in Athletic Administration.
college sports facilities
aquatic sports facilities
If you need a refresher for conducting database searches, visit the Search Tips LibGuide or contact the reference desk (See the Home/Help tab above).
Featured Items: Athletic Administration
These are samples of physical books as well as e-books available in the Andersen Library collection. Search Research@UWW to find additional books, media, and more.