Credible or not? (A) - Article: Coaching Olympic Athletes with Sport Psychology (via PsycArticles database)
Credible or not? (B) - Website: https://www.bls.gov/ooh/entertainment-and-sports/coaches-and-scouts.htm
Credible or not? (C) - Website: https://www.coachesclipboard.net/Becoming-a-Basketball-Coach.html
Search the open Web more effectively with the links and tips below. Keep in mind that many online sources are plagiarized or of questionable quality. When using online sources, ask yourself the following questions:
Who is the author? -- What are her/his credentials? -- What possible biases exist? -- When was this source published?
For more information about avoiding plagiarism, visit CPP's Student Conduct and Integrity website.
Gather many references with a reference manager such as Zotero or EndNote. A reference manager can quickly create a bibliography for you, and you can choose from a variety of citation styles. Or create one or a few quick citations with these tools:
Citation tools and reference management tools are a big help. But beware: You should review the citations for accuracy and correct formatting. Ultimately, you are responsible for the citations that you submit for an assignment, not the citation tool.
APA and MLA are two commonly-used standard citation styles, but check with your professor before using either.
For using APA style:
For using MLA style: