Answered By: Eric Rector Last Updated: Sep 07, 2016 Views: 24
Answered By: Eric Rector
Last Updated: Sep 07, 2016 Views: 24
Use the image and text below to identify aspects of the PowerSearch results screen.
Note: you may need to scroll to see the text.
- Your search terms -- input new search terms here.
- Your search mode - change to subject, publication, or entire document search here.
- Your content type limiter - results are limited to scholarly journals by default.
- Select other content types here.
- Search within your current results.
- Results are limited to full-text articles by default. To see all results, uncheck the full-text box.
- Title. Click the link to view the full record of the article, book, or media.
- Source information. Journal title, author, volume, issue, etc. This information is included in your citation.
- The abstract is a summary of the book, article, media, etc. Read the abstract to help determine if it is relevant.
- Link to download / view the full text in PDF format.
- Save to your folder for this session. Once records are saved, they can be emailed, printed, etc.
- Sort records by relevance or date. Relevance is selected by default.
- Select the advanced search if you want to have more control over your search results.