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ebrary: simple search

ebrary's simple search makes it quick and easy to find the content you want in ebrary

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A basic or quick search is known as the Simple Search in ebrary. It can be performed from the Info tab or the Search tab.
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A Simple Search searches across ALL of the fields in an ebrary record including the document text.
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The default is to search for ALL of the terms that you enter into the Simple Search box.
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To search for an exact phrase, use quotation marks around your search. Boolean operators are supported in the Simple Search box.
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Your results are sorted by Relevance, but you can also sort on Title, Contributor, Publisher, or Date.
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The results display in the Medium record view, but that can also be adjusted to the Short or Long record view.
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You can also focus your search using the recommended subjects to run a search for books with matching subject headings.
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This will add the subject terms to your existing search using either ANY of the selected subjects or ALL of the selected subjects.
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You can open a book and begin viewing the contents by selecting the book title, the ebrary Reader button,
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or a chapter from the table of contents.
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Please visit our other ebrary training videos to learn more about using ebrary.

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