Part 3 Of 5
"Fuzzy searching" is a helpful tool in computing that lets you find approximate matches to the search you enter. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to tell Google to search for wild cards and synonyms.
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- 10 Research Tips and Tricks (9:35)
- Forming a search using search operators AND & OR (6:12)
- How to Read a Journal Citation (4:11)
- How do I find reference materials? (3:46)
- Handbooks and encyclopedias online: what they are and how to use them (6:47)
- How do I find a book? (3:20)
- How do I find a journal article? (3:46)
- Getting to Full Text from Bibliographic Citations (3:26)
- Getting to Full Text from Research Databases (2:32)
- How can I get research materials from other libraries (2:43)