best way to find the exact work you are looking for.
search accepts either ISBN-10 or ISBN-13.
most general method of searching. Keywords can be entered at any order.
are not case sensitive.
via publication title; do not search for an article title.
And (&): If you put an
‘&’ operator between two search terms, it will return results including
§ Ex.: Mathematics
& “grade 8”
Or (|): If you put an ‘|’
operator between two search terms, it will return results having the first or
the second term.
§ Ex.: “financial
crisis” | “social science”
Not (-): If you put a ‘-’
operator in front of any search term, it will exclude the term from your
§ Ex.: “William Shakespeare”
Exact Phrases (“
you put double quotation marks around a phrase, it will return results containing
the exact search phrase within the quotes.
§ Ex.: “Canada in a
North American perspective : focus on ideas”
can be used to substitute a character or string of characters.
§ Ex.: child% will
return results with a string of characters after the search term, like
“children” and “childbirth”.