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Biomechanics and Movement Science

Research in Biomechanics and Movement Science


Welcome to the Biomechanics and Movement Science subject guide.This guide will provide you with the tools needed to conduct research on a variety of topics related to Biomechanics and Movement Science. This subject guide is designed to help you find information, books, articles, reference sources and more in the field of Biomechanics and Movement Science available through the UD Library print and online resources. Please use the tabs at the top for additional resources.            

This guide is NOT a comprehensive listing of sources, but can be used as a starting point to begin research projects based on specific information needs.

Resources for Research

The UD Library uses the Library of Congress Classification System to arrange books and print journals on the shelves. This system uses letters and numbers to complete the Call Number. A call number is like an address: it tells us where the book is located in the library.

To find information on the following subjects see the designated call numbers:



Call Number Ranges

Recreation, Leisure

GV 1- GV1860

Physical Education and Training

GV 201 - GV 555


GV 557 - GV 1198

Human Anatomy

QM 1 - QM 169


QP 1 - QP 981

Sports Medicine

RC 1200 - 1245

Research Assistance

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Related Guides

Here are links to other library research guides that may be useful to you during your research process.

Internet Links

Recommendation for Library Purchase

The Library welcomes suggestions for books, journals, videos and other material. Please use the Recommendation for Purchase form to send your suggestions.

From Off Campus

Most Library online resources can be accessed from off campus by current UD faculty, staff, and students. When using links on these pages, you may be prompted for your UDelNetID and password. Please report any issues you encounter while accessing Library databases, e-journals, or e-books.