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Boolean Operators Tutorial
What are Boolean operators? Boolean operators are simple words (AND, OR, and NOT) used as conjunctions to combine or exclude terms from a search. They will help you narrow or broaden your search results.
Can't find an item in the FSCJ library? WorldCat searches 10,000 libraries worldwide. You can access these items through interlibrary loan (ILL). Read about ILL here:
Interlibrary Loan LibGuide
Learn about the Interlibrary Loan process at FSCJ
What is a Research Database?
What is a Library Research Database?
What exactly is a Library Database? This handout from the Pawtucket Library (adapted from the Hennepin County Library) will help you figure it out!