Research Databases: Complete Alphabetical Listing
Starting in Academic Search Premiere
Multiple Keyword Search Result
Keyword versus Phrase Searching
>> Desire2Learn IL Exercise
In this tutorial you have learned several different ways to search for information in a database including keyword, phrase, and subject searches. You have also learned that the Boolean operators AND, OR, NOT can be used to create a search using multiple search terms. Using the truncation symbol can help you broaden your search while limiters such as full text, publications, and publication dates allow you to narrow your search results.
You are now ready to complete the online database IL exercise. You will need to log into your Desire2Learn page then click on the link "Freshmen English Information Literacy Exercises." Select the appropriate exercise from the list of the 5 lesson exercises.