HINARI/E-Resources and Internet Searching (module 1.2). MODULE 1.2 E-Resources and Internet Searching. Instructions - This part of the: course is a PowerPoint demonstration intended to introduce you to E-Resources and Internet Searching.
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HINARI/E-Resources and Internet Searching(module 1.2)
Instructions - This part of the:
Source of the previous four slides is the INASP Training materials on Electronic Library Resources http://www.inasp.info/training/ejournals/:
This is the Google search engine. Type your query into the Google Search box and click on the Google Search button
This is how Google presents the results of your search. Follow the links to the websites you wish to visit.
Define your information need
See the INASP “Introduction to Using the Internet” workshop http://www.inasp.info/training/internet/
the AND operator is used to combine two concepts e.g. hip AND fracture – in the shaded area; retrieves items containing all the search terms
the AND operator is used to combine three concepts e.g. hip AND fracture AND elderly – in the shaded area.
renal OR kidney – in the shaded area with the overlap in the middle having both search terms; retrieves items containing either search term or both search terms
pig NOT guinea – in the shaded area; eliminates items in 2nd term (guinea) or both terms
Africa AND (malaria or tuberculosis) – in the shaded area
The (OR) operator retains items in each term and the AND operator is used to combine two concepts
(to be discussed in the PubMed searching modules)
This is the end of Module 1.2
There is a Work Book to accompany this part of the module. The workbook will take you through a live session covering the topics included in this demonstration with working examples.
Updated 09 2007