Keyword Searching

Keyword searching is the most flexible way to start your search. It allows you to search all the fields of a catalog record (author, title, subjects, contents, notes, etc.).

Sample Fields for a Keyword Search: Author, Title, Year, Subject Headings, Abstract or summary of contents

Also, keyword searching allows you to combine more than one topic in a search, for example, "tobacco" and "advertising," "depression" and "teenagers."

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