Enter search terms on separate lines to instruct the database to search for the combined terms. Boolean Operators (AND, OR, NOT) are useful tools for building your search:
Quotations marks (search for specific phrases or names)
"Robin Wall Kimmerer", "Enviromental Protection Act", "environmental rhetoric"
Asterisk * (widen your search results)
enviro* = environmentalists, environmentalist, enviromentalism, enviroment
argumen* AND rhetoric AND enviro* (see this search in UofT LibrarySearch)
"urban planning" AND wildlife
OR (widens your search)
"natural environment" OR nature OR wilderness
(urban OR city) AND wildlife
Using the brackets around the keywords joined by OR instructs the database to search for both or either of those terms.
email OR e-mail
Keep watch for different types of spelling (use of hyphens, US vs UK/Canadian spelling, etc.). You may need to run more than one search.
Go to UTL LibrarySearch Advanced Search
Enter any of the Subject Heading found below exactly as it appears in the Search Box
Choose Subject from the Search Filters drop-down menu on the left
Press Enter or click on the Magnifying Glass icon
For additional information on subject headings and LibrarySearch, visit How can I use subject headings to improve my searching?
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