How do I choose keywords when searching?


Using a variety of keywords to describe a topic can often assist with getting more results. For example, when searching for topics on "GMO" it may also be best to connect this keyword with the Boolean operator: OR, and then add "Genetically modified organisms". This way the search will capture both keywords in your search, possibly yielding more results.

Using the Boolean operator 'OR', and adding keywords:



Related keywords found in an article listing:

Each article / e-book will also have a subject or keyword section. Should you find an article that is close to what you're looking for, check out what keywords are associated with that item. Using their keywords will assist with getting more specific results out of your search.




If you need more assistance, check out our tutorial video on building a search strategy and using the advanced search options provided by Primo.

  • Last Updated Aug 30, 2022
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  • Answered By Callen Retter

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