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CINAHL 5 – Combining Search Lines

CINAHL 5 – Combining Search Lines

This screencast will show you how to combine the lines in your search using AND, and OR, known in the library world as Boolean Logic operators. In CINAHL, lines of search are combined in the search history section of the page. If you have used the structured approach demonstrated in previous videos, you should have …

Two Ways To Search a Database

Two Ways To Search a Database

There are a lot of databases out there. There are basically two different ways to search them. The all-in-one approach and the search history combination approach. Some databases will offer both options and some will not. The all-in-one approach is available in most databases. In the first row, you describe one aspect of your search …

My Google Search History 2!

My Google Search History 2!

– Hey guys. So today I thought we could have a little delve, I didn’t know what to do with my hands there, delve into my Google search history. Which is a bit of a risky move. Let’s be honest. And I thought I could see what I googled over the last year, except the …

EBSCO: Saving a Search

EBSCO: Saving a Search

Welcome to the HS/HSL’s Ebsco Saving a Search tutorial. This tutorial will demonstrate how to save a search from within any Ebsco databases and this includes CINAHL, PsycINFO SocINDEX and others. In order to save searches you will need an Ebsco personal account, which is free. And for help setting this up view our other …

Web of Science – Advanced Search

Web of Science – Advanced Search

Every content set available on the Web of Science platform has at least 2 search modes: Basic Search, which is the default page that displays when you select a database, and Advanced Search. Advanced Search allows you to access fields that are not available from the Basic Search page, and use them to perform searches …

How Search Works

How Search Works

>> CUTTS: Hi, my name is Matt Cutts. I’m an engineer in the quality group at Google and I’d like to talk today about what happens when you do a web search. The first thing to understand is that when you do a Google search, you aren’t actually searching the web, you’re searching Google’s index …