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Computer Science - Graduate Students: Research Process

Search Processes and Strategies

This Searching for Computer Science Articles tutorial provides an overview of database search strategies and processes you can use to find scholarly articles on the internet and in library databases. Be watching and participating in it you will:

  • Understand Boolean search commands, phrases, and truncation and their effect on searching
  • How to execute Basic and Advanced searches and a Subject search in various databases
  • Be able to filter results, access full text, and use databases' various other tools

Boolean Operators: Pirates and Ninjas

Courtesy of Carnegie Vincent Library, Lincoln Memorial University

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