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Try using these to increase the relevancy of your search results and reduce the number you need to look through. Advanced search options allow you to look for your search terms within a particular part of the details associated with each item, e. Think about synonyms, or alternative terms for your subject, for example, soccer or football; children or young people. What sort of information are you looking for? For example, use different words to search or use a different resource. Accessing electronic resources Only current staff and students can access most databases, ejournals and ebooks. You can add keywords to make your search more specific if you have too many results. Most search tools give you the option to filter your search results by subject or resource type. If you can't access the resource, the Library may not have a subscription. Be focused and specific. A smaller number of resources are available for NHS, graduates, and other external users including staff and students of the Colleges and Affiliated Colleges of the University. To learn how to narrow your search results try the 10 minute filtering information quickly activity on Being Digital. If we do subscribe to the journal and you still cannot access it, check that you have used the correct username and password. Members of the public may be able to make requests for articles through their local public library.

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