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Results too narrow? Too broad? Use this guide to learn how to focus your research and to make your searching more powerful.
Last Updated: Jan 20, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Courtesy of James Lumb

Welcome to the Search Tips & Tricks Libguide! 

This guide is intended to help make the most of your searches.  If you need further explanation on how to use these tips in your research, ask at Rod Library.  We'd be happy to help you! 

Click on the yellow tabs above to find out tips for narrowing, broadening, and focusing your research in an effort to make your searches more precise and powerful.

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