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 Health Guide

Library Resources on Health

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Health Literature

Health information can be found in the literature of several fields of study. Keep these tips in mind to simplify searching: 

  • Research in Health is published in journal articles and trade magazines
  • Examples of good practice in health and physical education are published in journal articles and ERIC documents
  • Theory and historical information can be found in books
  • Find Articles through the sources listed on the Articles tab

If you are having trouble finding good information for your Health assignments, use the Ask Us Anything service to get help from a librarian.

Articles

Health - Start Here

Health - Specialized Resources

Video Resources

General Resources

These databases contain broad subject coverage which applies to many disciplines.

Books

Library Catalog

Search the Ship Library Catalog for books and videos:

Shippensburg eBook Collections

Quick Searches

Requesting books and other items

When we don't have the item you need, it is usually easiest to place an ILL request directly from a search result in a database. WorldCat searches across library collections worldwide and links to ILLiad for items not owned by Lehman Library.

  1. Search WorldCat Quick Start to locate an item you want
    • Remember to check the type of item. For example, if you want books:
      • The left column offers a limit by format function, just click "Books"
    • Click the title of the item you want
      • If the pages says "This item isn't held in your library"
    • Click "Request this item via Interlibrary Loan."
      *Remember* if there are only a few copies of a book listed in WorldCat, we will probably be unable to borrow that book for you.
  2. For books, videos and other items not available using the services listed above, please request directly through ILLiad.
  3. WorldCat should match up with the Library Catalog. If you are interested, doublecheck the Library Catalog to confirm whether or not Ship Library owns a physical copy of an item.

ILLiad sequentially asks up to 15 libraries that own the item to loan it to us for you.  Each library has four days to respond before the request is transferred to the next library. 

Citing

APA Style - American Psychological Association

APA Style Formatting

The below links to Purdue OWL for APA will help you to set up/format your document in addition to creating a reference list and in-text citations.