You can use the Quick Search option in either the NAL Catalog
or in the Article Citation database.
- Only one database may be searched at a time using Quick Search.
- The NAL Catalog includes records for books,
periodical titles, Web documents, audiovisual materials, etc.
- The Article Citation database has records for
indexed periodical articles, book chapters, reprints, and links to indexed Web sites.
the database you wish to search. Multiple words are searched as a
at the beginning of larger words or terms. For example, entry of the term
"butter" retrieves records with
butter, Butterfield Press,
butternut and buttery.
retrieve all matches from Title, Source, Author, Subject, Notes, and Call Number fields.
"And", "or" and "not", if entered, are searched as part of the phrase
in the text you enter.
If more controlled retrieval is needed, use the
Keyword Search, or
options for either or both databases. These other search options allow specific field searching,
with truncation applied only as desired. To learn more about the many search options available,
follow any of the links below: