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A guide to search strategies and best practices for information sources relevant to the field of kinesiology.

Welcome to the UNI Library research page for PEMES 3155,

Exercise Physiology: Health and Human Performance! 


The resources below, as well as the purple tabbed menu, will assist you with the assignments in this course.

Use the tabbed menu to find research articles, search tips, and citation assistance.

Class FAQ based on the 3-2-1 exercise done in the library session.

Keyword Tips

Finding Positive/Negative (Pro/Con) of an Issue?
  • Try keywords such as:

    • Benefits, advantages, or positive

    • Risks, disadvantages, or negative

    • Impact, effect, or influence

Have a topic that is a commercial product or program?
  • Don't necessarily use the name of the product or program (e.g., AdvoCare, South Beach diet, etc.)

  • Think about what these products or programs do, and use those keywords instead

    • Do they encourage eating certain types of food or activities?

    • Do they discourage certain types of food or activities?

    • Why do they encourage or discourage? 

    • What are the advantages or disadvantages of eating certain foods or participating in certain activities?

Starting Your Infographic

Step 1: Create a Canva or Piktochart Account
Step 2: Create a New Infographic
  • For Canva

    • Click "More."

    • Scroll down until you get to the "Blogging and eBooks category, and select "Infographic."

  • For Piktochart

    • Click "Infographic" on the left-hand side of the page.

Step 3: Create!
Step 4: Use Links Below for Additional Tips

Copyright-friendly Image Websites