Use the dropdown menu in the library catalogue search block to access various search options.
Keywords use free language or exact phrases and , thus, these terms are searched for anywhere in the record. It is best to use keyword searches when you do not know the standard subject heading. Please remember that keywords can retrieve a large number of results. Examples of keywords can be ‘diversity management’ or “childhood” etc.
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Searching for information by subject headings may assist you to find material that focuses on a particular topic. Subject headings are predetermined terms which are found in the Library of Congress Subject Headings lists. If you do not know the correct Library of Congress Subject Heading, rather perform a keyword or title search to find at least one relevant title on your topic. Use the full display of that record to find the subject heading(s) used.