Looking for a specific article or e-book from the library? Try using a phrase search to quickly narrow your search results. A phrase search uses quotation marks to look for two or more words in the exact order you enter them. To conduct a phrase search, just place quotation marks around your search terms.
For example, the search “Leadership for a better world” will find this exact phrase rather than articles or books that mention the words leadership and world anywhere in the text. From your results, just select the full-text link underneath the title to access the item.
Phrase searches are also useful when searching for quotes or common names.