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ENG 2100 - Research Writing and Argumentation: 2b. Database Strategies
The Boolean operators AND, OR, and NOT are often used to combine keywords when searching research databases. Use of these operators can make your search more focused, thus yielding more precise results.
A series of videos that cover everything from what is a database to how to use a database more efficiently and effectively. These videos are based on the Wright State University Libraries Research Toolkit Workshop, Stop Searching, Start Finding.