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Conducting an Advanced Search on EBSCOhostSingle Find Field


Welcome to EBSCO’s Advanced Searching with Single Find Field tutorial. In this tutorial, we will look at conducting a search from the Advanced Search screen of EBSCOhost using the Single Find field style as well as applying limiters and expanders.

The Advanced Search, Single Find Field Screen features the same style of Find field as the Basic Search Screen. Start by entering a search term in the Find field.

The Advanced Search screen offers search modes, expanders, and limiters for increased result refinement In the Search Options area. For example, you can limit results to Full Text articles within a specified date range. Apply your desired limiters or expanders and click Search to view the Result List.

The result list for your search is displayed and defaults to showing All Results. It is easy to further limit your results using the limiters on the left. The Result List can also be filtered to view results by source type, such as Academic Journals, Magazines, or Newspapers, by clicking the checkboxes next to the desired source type.

You can print, email, save, cite or export a single result from the Detailed Record when you click on a title link. To print, email, save, cite or export multiple results, add them to the folder, then click the appropriate icon inside the folder. Folder contents can be permanently saved by clicking on the Sign In link, and then setting up a personalized (My EBSCOhost) folder account at no charge.

At any time, click the Help link to view the complete online Help system.

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