The Recreation Management Program (RECM) prepares students to assume professional positions in the public sector providing outdoor recreation opportunities, managing natural resources, and developing and executing environmentally ethical policies. In the private and nonprofit sectors, students are prepared to deliver camp and outdoor adventure-based programs. The program facilitates students’ development of critical thinking, effective communication, and responsible exercise of our social responsibilities while promoting personal growth.
To support this goal, the Weeks-Townsend Memorial Library provides students with access to information resources that support teaching and learning in recreation management. This subject guide is designed to help you locate and navigate these resources provided by the library. If you need assistance with this guide or desire additional materials or Reference help, please contact the library.
JSTOR (Journal Storage) offers complete full-text back-files of core scholarly journals in the humanities, social sciences, life sciences, business, and statistics. Each title is fully digitized; most coverage begins with volume 1, number 1. The most recent four or five years of each journal are not usually available in this database.