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HONR 212: Exercise is Medicine: Find Articles

In the research process: ARTICLES

1. Explore  (casual web searching)
2. Background (library catalog: books)

3. Scholarly conversations (library databases: articles)
4. Support arguments (source citation)
5. Drafts & revisions (librarians & Writing Center)

    How to Read a Scholarly Article

    Citation Linker

    Databases for Exercise Science

    Article Databases: By Subject and A-Z List

    What's the deal with PubMed?

    PubMed is a great resource, in that it provides up-to-date information on all health-related research being published. That said, be aware that it is an index and not a full-text database. While some articles will be freely available via a full-text PDF link that says Free PMC Article (or something similar), many will not and you will need to seek them out using the CitationLinker tool.