The Boolean connectors also known as and, or, not are used to combine more search words. You have to use lower case letters, English language and put search words in quotes " ".
and: The system uses and as a default if you search for two words and does not indicate anything else. E.g. health education would be the same as "health" and "education".
or: E.g. ”photovoltaic” or ”PV”. This seach would find materials where either the concept ”photovoltaic” or ”PV” or both concepts are mentioned.
not: "Kindergarten" not "nursery". This search would find materials where the word kindergarten is mentioned and at the same time not mentioning nursery.
If you make a search where your search words can have different endings, you can put an asterix after the word*. E.g.: If you search the word sustainab* you will also get sustainable, sustainability etc.
Wildcard is used as a joker in the middle of a word. E.g.: Wom?n finds both woman and women.
If you want to seach a specific title, author or search at specific topic, click > at the end of the search field.
Limit your search
When you make a search in ”Materials” you can limit your search by subject, type of material, year etc.
Classify your search
As a standard the search result is ranked according to relevance. You can choose to classify according to title, author and year of publication.
If you make a search where your search words are allowed to have different endings, you can put and asterix after the word*. Engineer* would also find engineering, engineers etc.
Combine search words
You can combine more search words with and, but you do not have to as the system automatically perceives a space between search words as and.
Limit your search
When you make a search in "E-articles" you can limit your search by journal, subject, author and year.