Master of Sport Business: Overview

A guide for students studying the Master of Sport Business

About this guide

This guide provides an overview of Library resources for Master of Sports Management students.

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Search tools on the VU library website

Link through to the library website

Many (but not all) VU Library resources can be accessed through VU Library Search. Keywords or search terms can be entered in the search box.

VU Library Home Page

 

The library also provides tools to allow users to search for the book, journal article, video, or newspaper whether in physical or electronic format. These tools are located below the main search box on the library website. Consider the text listed under each of the search tools. 

1. A-Z Databases - Find articles, ebooks, streaming videos, case studies and special collections.

2. Publication Finder - Find online publications by title - journals and ebooks.

3. BrowZine - Easy browsing of scholarly journals on any device.

VU Page with Resources listed

 

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Higher Degree Students and VU Staff

VU Research Ambassadors 
Research Ambassadors at Victoria University provide peer-to-peer research support to research students and staff.

Library Research Support

The VU library provides resources to support VU research staff and students throughout the research process including:

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We acknowledge that the land on which we meet, learn, and share knowledge is a place of age-old ceremonies of celebration, initiation and renewal, and that the Traditional Owners living culture and practices have a unique role in the life of this region. Learn more from our Moondani Balluk Indigenous Academic Unit.

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     This content is licensed to Victoria University under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

This guide has been compiled by Sarika Singh, Cameron Barrie, Anushya Rajmohan and Sam Gibbard.