Once you have input your search terms and clicked the search button, a set of results will appear that conforms to the criteria you identified. An example set of results for "Indigenous languages" and "policy" are pictured in the following image.
Each results page is divided into two sections. The menu on the left side provides various ways to narrow your search. The content on the right is a list of results comprised of source records.
Each list of results begins with the total number of sources your search has retrieved.
"Record" is the word that the library uses to describe each item in your set of results. So each complete set of results is comprised of any source records retrieved through your search.
Item records are important because they provide basic information about each source including:
Each element of the brief record is highlighted with a number in the following image.
If you would like to see more information about a specific item, click on the source title. This will open a more detailed version of the record as pictured below.
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