URsearch is the library's all-in-one search engine. It looks for your topic across everything that we have access to. It is a good place to start your research, but sometimes you will need to narrow it down to specific databases. The databases will focus on different topics like science, history, agriculture, etc. You can see the full list of our databases and their descriptions here: A to Z Database List.
Here are some databases that will be particularly helpful for your Exercise Science research:
Note: If you're having problems with off-campus access to databases, the most common reason is that they don't recognize you as an authorized user. An easy way to fix this problem is to go to the MyUrsuline webpage and log in. Then continue to use that same browser when accessing library resources.
Start with one or two keywords, then combine concepts one at a time. Do not add limiters (date, article type, etc.) until you're sure your keywords are productive.
What to Look for in Databases to Find Full Text Articles:
What to Do for in Databases When Full Text Isn't Available: