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How to Search
If you enter more than one word, by default the database will search for records which contain all those words.
Example: If you search for Auckland Memoir, you will find all records with the terms Auckland AND Memoir. To broaden your search, try searching for Auckland OR Memoir to find all records with the terms Auckland OR Memoir.
Boolean operators allow you to combine several search criteria:
AND Narrows the search because the record has to match all search criteria
OR Broadens the search because records have to match either one or the other criteria
AND NOT Narrows the search because it finds records which match the first criteria but excludes any that have the second criteria.
Use an exclamation mark (!) to conduct a wildcard search.
Example: A search for Econo! will find records with the terms Economics, Economist, Econometrics and so on.
The Advanced Search allows you to refine results by language, date, place and more. We use controlled vocabulary for our keywords (aka subjects). To get a list of suggested terms from our subject thesaurus, select the Subject field and start typing in a subject you're searching. Suggestions will come up based on the letters you have entered into the search.
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