A keyword search looks for words in the title, author, subject and note fields. Multiple words are searched together as one phrase. You may use the Boolean operators AND, OR, AND NOT to expand or narrow search results.For example:
Use an asterisk (*) to search word variations.For example:
Type as much or as little of the TITLE as you want. For best results do not type initial articles.
A SUBJECT search will locate materials by Library of Congress Subject Headings. A Subject can be a topic, person, place, event, etc. You must use the exact beginning of a subject heading to do a subject search.
When you can, be specific: