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For more information on Using Keywords & Search Strategies, visit our guided tutorial.
You will be able to
- generate keywords from your research question.
- combine keywords and search strategies to locate the best resources for your research in library databases.
- anticipate how different search strategies will affect your search results
Selecting and Using Keywords
University of West Florida, John C. Pace Library, 3:50
- What do you put in a database’s search box?
- What is a keyword?
- How do you go from a research question to a keyword?
- How many keywords should you use?
- What are some strategies for developing related keywords?