Boolean operators allow you to search for combinations of keywords.
Three important Boolean operators to know are
AND- Find websites or pages that contain both words.
OR- Find websites or pages that contain either word.
NOT- Find websites or pages that contain the first word but not the second word.
Some search engines require that Boolean operators be capitalized; it’s best to check the FAQ or help files for tips.
For other information about Boolean logic, visit the Library of Congress (http://catalog.loc.gov/help/boolean.htm). VC and UHV students should also visit the VC/UHV Library's presentation on Database Search Techniques.
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