Update to allow customers to sign-in to their Human Kinetics Journals account after updating to iOS 7.
Human Kinetics publishes more than 25 journals in the areas of physical activity and health, and now that content is available to you through your iPhone or iPad with the HK Journals app. With journals spanning the fields of exercise science, sport management, sport and exercise psychology, and sports medicine, the app provides a convenient way to find scholarly and applied information or research on topics related to physical activity and health.
HK Journals allows app users to explore both current and past issues of every journal published by Human Kinetics. With just a few touches of your fingertips, you will be able to do the following:
•Browse the table of contents from the most recent issue of each journal
•View abstracts of articles for both current issues and back issues
•Bookmark specific journals under My Journals so you can quickly access your favorites each time the app is opened
•Bookmark articles of interest under My Articles so they are readily available to complete reading or to reference at a later date
•Review “Featured Articles” and purchase the full text for the most popular individual topics for immediate download
SPECIAL NOTE FOR HK JOURNAL SUBSCRIBERS! The HK Journals app is also a convenient tool that allows you to access your journal subscription! During your first use of the app, select an article from your journal and you will be prompted to log in to your HK account. Once logged in, you will have access to your entire subscription in a mobile-compliant format. Each time you return, you will remain automatically logged in so you can quickly pick up where you left off. You can even save articles to read offline by downloading the PDFs to your iBookstore.
Available for free, the HK Journals app for iPhone or iPad is a practical way to explore new research and articles spanning the fields of physical activity and health.
About the App developers/HK copy (PIM) Biographical Note
Human Kinetics is the premier information provider in the field of physical activity and health. Founded in 1974 by Rainer Martens, a leading sport psychologist and a member of the National Association for Sport and Physical Education Hall of Fame, Human Kinetics has grown from a single release to hundreds of new products each year, including books, videos, journals, software, apps, and online education products. With more than 250 employees globally, including offices in the UK, Canada, and Australia, and a mission to produce innovative resources to help people lead healthier and more active lives, Human Kinetics is truly the worldwide information leader in all areas of physical activity and health.
- June 06, 2014 Initial release