1. Note that the print records below relate to University of Bolton stock or Amazon and are included to indicate the print resources that should be available at your centre, if you are studying at an off-campus location.  You can access the e-resources included in the list by clicking on 'Online Resource' and logging in with your University of Bolton username and password.  Google Preview may be available for some of the print titles - click 'Preview' to access.

  2. Print Books 7 items
    1. The coaching process: principles and practice for sport - Neville Cross, John Lyle 1999


    2. Coaching young performers - Martin Hagger, National Coaching Foundation 1999


    3. Coaching disabled performers - Annie Kerr, Ian Stafford, Sports Coach UK., Coachwise Solutions c2003


    4. Sports coaching concepts: a framework for coaching practice - John Lyle, Chris Cushion 2017


    5. Growth, maturation, and physical activity - Robert M. Malina, Claude Bouchard, Oded Bar-Or 2004


    6. Successful coaching - Rainer Martens 2012


    7. Motor learning and performance: from principles to application - Richard A. Schmidt, Timothy Donald Lee 2014


  3. Ebooks 1 item
  4. Journals 0 items
  5. Academic Databases 3 items
    Academic databases will help you find information from thousands of journals, books etc. The individual databases most relevant to your subject are listed below, but you can use the link in the Library Resources section to Discover@Bolton, the Library's integrated search service, to search them simultaneously.
    1. ProQuest Central

      Webpage  Full text journals collection. Some of the titles are embargoed for up to a year from publication before they are available on the database.

    2. ScienceDirect

      Webpage  Full text database with good coverage in your subject area.

    3. SportDISCUS

      Webpage  Abstracting and indexing database for your subject with full text access to over 500 journals.

  6. Library Resources 3 items
    1. LEAP Online

      Webpage  LEAP Online contains information on the skills you need to achieve to complete your studies. You may find the section on referencing particularly useful.

    2. Discover@Bolton

      Webpage  Discover@Bolton is a single search engine to search for books, ebooks, ejournals and other Library resources. Discover@Bolton allows you to search multiple databases at once via a single interface.

    3. Subject Guide for Sports Science

      Webpage  Access information and help regarding library services and resources relevant to your subject here.

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