Basic Search is a simple interface that allows you to enter and search any word or phrase.
As soon as you start typing in the search box, a drop-down menu will appear allowing you to choose the kind of search you prefer.
Each option will narrow your results to a specific item format (Eg. articles) or to a specific collection (Eg. Catalogue).
|Everything||Select this option for a list of results that combines all of the following options|
|Catalogue||Select this option for results that include books, e-books, journals, and other materials owned or licensed by U of T|
|Articles||Select this option for results that include articles on many scholarly and professional topics|
The search you enter can be very simple, without using any expert techniques.
If you are a more experienced researcher, Basic Search also allows you to use search operators that broaden or narrow your results.
If you would like additional options to help you narrow your search to the most relevant results, select Advanced Search.
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