This guide will help you find information about health promotion. Click a link below to get started.
|Find Reference Materials:||Find background information on your topic|
|Find Articles:||Click this link for articles and journals related to public health|
|Find Books:||Borrow a book from the library, or access e-books from home|
|Find Videos & Images:||Stream videos from home, or find and view a video in the library|
|Use Web Resources:||Use these hand-picked resources from the web to complement your research|
|Statistics & Epidemiology:||Learn more about statistics and how they apply to public health|
|Cite Sources:||Give credit to your sources by citing properly in APA format|
|More Help:||Tutorials, research and writing help, contact information, and more can be found here|
| Related Guides
Library databases require user authentication.
When accessing online library resources, there are two options for logging in:
View Library Login Help for more information.
May 10: The Library authentication issue has now been resolved. Apologies for any problems this might have caused. Moving forward, we strongly recommend using SSO as your primary method of logging in.
May 7: Today marks the start of Teacher Appreciation Week, so we put together an online display of the latest books focused on teaching and learning! Current and future educators, take a look here.
Apr. 26: Want to increase engagement and bring new energy to your presentations? Our latest blog post covers some of our favorite online, collaborative tools. Give them a try!
Apr. 21: Check out our new tutorial on how you can search for news in the Nexis Uni database (which is replacing LexisNexis).