This guide features the Proctor Library's most useful and comprehensive sources for sport management related research. If you have any questions or need help with a sport management assignment, please see a librarian at our Ask Here Desk or contact librarian Brian Nesselrode at

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Academic Search Ultimate:
Full text for over 9,000 scholarly publications in almost every discipline including social sciences, humanities, education, arts & literature, and many more.

Films on Demand:
Instant 24/7 access to thousands of high-quality television programs, documentaries, and educational films covering all subject areas.

An on-demand streaming video platform that offers viewers a large collection of award-winning films and documentaries.

Nexis Uni formerly LexisNexis:
Full text access to court cases, newspapers, magazines, wire services, and trade publications from all over the world.

Mintel Academic:
Provides a one-stop online platform, designed to give easy and fast access to the best-in-class consumer and market intelligence used by professionals around the world.

Sociology Source Ultimate:
Contains full text for 1,000 journals dating back to 1908. This database also includes full text for more than 850 books and monographs, and full text for over 16,800 conference papers.

SPORTDiscus with Full Text:
Premier source for sports and sports medicine studies, providing full-text content from many journals.

Standard and Poor’s NetAdvantage:
Company profiles, industry surveys, stock reports, investment reviews, and more.

APA Cheat Sheet


Print Books

  • APA Style Guide to Electronic Sources -- RREF PN171 .A63 2007 *
  • Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association -- RREF BF76.7 .P83, 2010 *


* RREF stands for Ready Reference near the Ask Here desk on the first floor.

Comparison Guide

This guide shows some basic examples side-by-side between APA, ASA, Chicago, and MLA.

Web Sources on APA

This is the American Psychological Association website's help section for users of their manual.

Information Literacy Module 1: Getting Started With Research


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