Surround terms in quotation marks if you want an exact phrase. Ex. "servant leadership"
You can use Boolean operators in a search, but they need to be capitalized. AND=narrow search with both terms present; OR=broad search with either term present; NOT=exludes term
Punctuation can matter! Ex. 20000 leagues vs 20,000 leagues
Use Advanced Search if you:
You can also specify how you want the terms searched:
is (exact) – Returns results that contain phrases that exactly match the phrases specified in the query.
contains – Returns results that contain all words in the phrase, but the words may be in a different order and may not be as close together.
starts with – Returns results that contain words that start with the specified string. This type performs left-anchored title searches only.
? to limit to a single character. You can use this internally, ex wom?n
* multiple characters. ex environment* finds environment, environments, environmental, environmentalism