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3. Research

a. Overview

This Chapter covers how to choose and use a database correctly, and how to craft your research question (and related vocabularies) into search queries that can be understood by computers.

  • Distinguish a database from other types of information collections
  • Identify the coverage of a database
  • Understand the concept of field, or advanced searching in a database
  • Construct effective search queries using logical operators and related strategies

 

 


 

 

a. Overview

b. Databases

c.  Records

d. Field Searching

e. Search Query

 

 

 

 

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