Reference Librarian Sarah Witte recently posted on the Butler Library blog about a new way to conduct article searches. This very fast “webscale discovery service” searches journals and newspapers, in both full-text and citations. The functionality allows you to limit the results by article type, publication date, subject term, and even language.
- To search by author or journal title, use “Advanced Search”
- Use quotation marks to search for an exact phrase: "feminization of poverty"
- Look for terms in close proximity to each other: Searching "microfinance india"~20 will retrieve the terms microfinance and India within 20 words of one another