A search can be as simple as a single word, for example:
You can join multiple search words and phrases together into a single search statement using search operators like AND and OR.
Enclose phrases in quotation marks, for example:
If you aren't sure of how to spell a word, or you want to search for variations of a common word root, such as educator, education, educating, you can use two special characters when you type your search.
Capitalization does not matter when you are typing your search. For example, white house will find the same documents as White House. Spelling does matter; your search will fail or find the wrong documents if you misspell one or more search terms.
If you are searching by an Author or Headline, please use Advanced search.