What is a keyword search, and how do I do one?
A keyword search returns results based on the words and phrases used during the search. The results list will display all the items in the ANU Library collection that match your search query.
As shown in this video, you can search for single keywords, or combine words into terms, or keyphrases. Enclosing your keyphrases in quotation marks will ensure the words are found sequentially, as a term or phrase.
How do I make sense of the results?
Below is an example of what information will appear after performing a keyword search in the catalogue. By default, your results will be sorted by relevance. You can change the sorting to be in order of date, or alphabetically by title.
Each item in the list includes:
Click of the Advanced Keyword Searches tab to proceed to the next section of the module.
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