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BreakdancerUse a Boolean!

What’s that? The latest dance move from Brazil? No. It just means using AND, OR, or NOT in your searches. Your research will go much faster if you can use a Boolean operator.

So, let your fingers do the dancing by using AND, OR, or NOT to improve your search results.

In this chapter you will learn: 
  • How to use search operators to improve your search results
  • How limiters can refine your search
  • How to sort your results to make browsing easier

Start tutorial to learn how.

Hot TipBoolean operators are named after
George Boole, an English mathematician
and philosopher.
 

 

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