If you are just starting your research, you may need to develop your topic further. Ask yourself:
As you consider these questions, take a look at a few of these reference resources for general, background information about your topic. The information you find in these resources will help you determine what you need to know, what search terms or keywords to use, and what, exactly, it is that you hope to discover through your research.
ESPN's 30 for 30 is a series of documentary films that highlights interesting people and events in sports history. This index provides summaries of every film, and director's commentaries for select films. You can browse the titles that Viterbo's library owns here.
This guide contains suggested resources and how-to tutorials to guide you through your research. On this main page, you'll find some resources that we suggest you use for sport management and leadership research. If you're just starting your research, read "Need to Develop Your Idea" to the left. The remaining boxes on this guide will help you continue your research.
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Books about sport management fall under different call numbers, but many fall under the Recreation and Leisure section, GV 1 - GV 1860. Sports Law falls under KF 3989. Use the library catalog to search.