|Search operators AND, OR, NOT
||You can combine search terms through the use of the Boolean Operators AND, OR, & NOT.
||Words within parentheses are processed first. For example in the search phrase (cats AND dogs) AND training, the phrase cats AND dogs would be searched first, then combined with training.
||Quoted words or phrases are searched for literally. Example: "Internet Use" searches for both words in this order.
||Used as a wildcard for any number of characters. For example, bor* will retrieve: borrow, borrower, borrowers, borrowing, etc.
|Question Mark ?
||Used as a wildcard for a single character. For example, book? will retrieve book and books.
|UPPER & lower case
||The search engine is case-sensitive only when you enter search terms using mixed upper & lower case characters. For example: FARMER & farmer are case insensitive, but Farmer would be considered case sensitive by the search engine.