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ENGL 102 - English Composition II - Schmidt

Combining your Keywords

Choose simple but clear keywords and connect them with Boolean language (AND, OR, NOT)

AND Searches for places where both keywords appear together
Use of "AND" as Boolean operator
OR Searches for either of the keywords. They might be together or they might not.
Use of "OR" as Boolean operator
NOT Searches for places where the first keyword appears without the second.
Use of "NOT" as Boolean operator

Examples:

  • Stress AND College
  • Psychology NOT Developmental
  • Pets AND Cats OR Dogs

Be careful when using NOT in your keyword search; this can sometimes cause good items to be excluded from your results.