To search for a specific word or phrase, enter the exact word or phrase. For a more exact find, surround the word with quotes. i.e. "google".
You may also use Boolean logic to build complex search conditions. To do so, use the following terms:
AND (Boolean AND)
OR (Boolean OR)
NOT (Boolean NOT)
art AND school - this searches for articles containing information about art schools.
art NOT school - this search would find only articles having the word art, but not the word school.
art OR publish NOT school - this would find only articles having the word art or publish, excluding records with the word school.
business AND loan AND bank - this would find articles containing all the words
You can also use wildcard characters to expand your search:
Asterisks (*) substitute for a string of characters of any length
Question marks (?) substitute for a particular character
par* - words beginning with the characters 'par'
fl??ss - Words beginning with fl and ending with ss with any two characters in between