To assist students using the text, Introduction to Kinesiology, Fourth Edition, has a companion web study guide. Completely integrated with the text, the study guide allows students to experience content through multiple dimensions. Students receive free access to the study guide with the purchase of a new text or e-book, or it may be purchased as a separate component. The web study guide offers students a variety of learning features:
Interactive activities. Using a multimedia experiences, these activities engage students in the material. Scenario-based activities demonstrate an aspect of kinesiology and then require students to complete an activity based on the demonstration and explanation. Other activities involve drag-and-drop, selecting from a menu, or responding with short answers to photos and scenarios presented.
Study questions. These questions reinforce key material throughout the text and help students comprehend the concepts.
Review of key points. The online review allows students to test themselves on the key points with the use of interactive activities. Students have the option of printing out the key points as a study aid after completing the activity.
Activity feedback. Students receive targeted information to correct or reinforce their answers to activities.
Practical Plug-Ins. Activities are designed to show how kinesiology knowledge helps to solve real-world problems.
Interview With Practicing Professional. Interviews with kinesiology professionals illustrate how knowledge of kinesiology subareas applies to professional practice.
Web searches. Students can seek out specific information on the Internet and then provide their findings on forms that can be printed out and submitted to instructors.
The web study guide is also available packaged with the print book or e-book. To purchase it separately, click on the Add to Cart button at the top of this page. When purchased through the Human Kinetics site, access to the web study guide is immediately granted. Upon completion of your purchase, log in to the web study guide at www.HumanKinetics.com/IntroductionToKinesiology.