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Search Strategy Reminder -- Keyword vs. Subject Headings
Almost all of the library's databases have some type of "controlled vocabulary". They might be called Subject Headings, Descriptors, Topics or even Tags. In each case the purpose is to group like things (books, articles, images) together. This provides more precise results and ultimately saves you time.
STEP 1: Start your research process by brainstorming a list of keywords related to your topic or question
STEP 2: Use the keyword(s) in your initial search
Step 3: If you find a useful title or article, use the Subject links in the record to refine your search
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