Advanced Search is useful when you need to use more than one search term or need more detailed search options than those offered in Basic Search. Advanced Search lets you:
To do an Advanced Search, start by clicking the Advanced Search link next to the search bar in the Library Catalog:
Advanced Search gives you multiple search bars where you can search by title, journal title, author, subject, call number, ISBN/ISSN, publisher, series, year of publication and table of contents.
You also have the option of changing how many multiple search terms are used to search the catalog. For example, you can have all search terms used, some, or none. This allows you to narrow or widen your search results.
Filters allow you to make your search as narrow and targeted as possible so you can find exactly what you need. In the library catalog you can filter by:
You can select multiple formats and languages by holding down the CTRL key.