Health, Kinesiology, & Recreation: Kines 2500
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One of the best resources to verify if a journal is scholarly or not scholarly. If the basic description of the journals says "yes" to refereed, it is peer-reviewed.
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Citing your sources
NoodleTools is free for U of U students, staff, and faculty.
NoodleTools is a web application that helps students with all aspects of research project management: APA, MLA, and Chicago/Turabian documentation; annotated bibliographies; notecards; resource analysis; etc. This is a self-guided tool that teaches undergraduates how to properly document resources, as well as gives them a framework for organization during the research process.
You MUST create your own personal ID to use the resource. Make sure you do this on campus OR that you log in using the Off-Campus Access button on the main page of the Marriott Library website.
Please familiarize yourself with the resource by the tutorials available in the red tabs above, "NoodleTools: Cite your sources."
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Librarian Contact Info
J. Willard Marriott Library
Head of Faculty Services,
Representative, Patent and Trademark Resource Center (PTRC), and
Adjunct Assistant Professor in Kinesiology
295 South 1500 East #2110 R
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0860
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