Searching in the library's resources depends on the keywords - or search terms - you use. Instead of searching for a whole question or sentence, break your topic into keywords. Mix and match different combinations of keywords to get different results when searching. Also, think of similar or related terms you can search for.
How does online bullying impact adolescent students?
Possible keyword combinations:
Possible similar or related terms:
Boolean operators define the relationship between search terms.
diabetes AND children = articles about children with diabetes
diabetes OR children = articles about either diabetes or children
diabetes NOT children = articles about diabetes, but excludes articles mentioning children with diabetes
This diagram will show you how the Boolean operators limit or expand searches.
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For more help, watch this video on Using Boolean Operators: