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When searching the catalogue, use the tabs across the top of the search box to select what type of resource you want. Alternatively, you can leave ‘all resources’ selected to search the entire collection.
It is a good idea to have a list of keywords and search terms in mind before you start searching. Keep your search terms short and use quotation marks when searching for an exact phrase: e.g.: “type 1 diabetes”.
Using Search Limiters
Use the drop-down options beside the search box to choose where your search terms appear in the results. Different options for terms include:
When viewing the results of your search, you can use the filter options to refine the results. Options to refine the search include:
Contact your librarian if you require information from other sources or would like some help in putting your search together.
Here's a short clip on the effectiveness of searching using keywords.